A initial e-book of poetry from Tim Jones, photographer, clergyman and local community chief

For Tim Jones, composing poems is like a bridge in between the different roles he inhabits in his lifetime: artist, Episcopal Deacon and chief running officer at the Hendersonville Rescue Mission.

Jones, who is a Henderson County indigenous, experienced his initially guide of poems printed in August. “Blue Mountain Poems” gathers poems that he wrote in the earlier year and a fifty percent, some ahead of the pandemic and other folks pursuing the keep-at-Dwelling order, he stated.

“I want to use my words as a blessing. I experience seriously known as to do this,” Jones mentioned. “The pandemic set me down, and I thought, now’s the time to listen.”

Numerous of the poems are primarily based on his personal ordeals, spanning from his Hendersonville childhood to ideas adhering to a vacation to New York last yr with his spouse, Kerry. And quite a few, similar to the coloration pictures Jones creates, are dependent on client observation of the natural entire world.