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Who is Bob?

Bob Casey is a professional writer and Tai Chi and Qigong instructor. More importantly, he is a seeker. He sees life as an adventurous journey with innumerable lessons to be learned along the way.

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To learn about Bob's nineteen books, CLICK HERE!! He has also written two romantic novels under the pen name Leo Pashi.

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September 26, 2021: September Issue of the Poetical JournalDue to smoke and weather we stay close to home in this issue. Every Labor Day, the small village of Midway, UT grows from 2500 to 100,000+ from visitors who arrive to attend the annual Swiss Days celebration. (Midway was founded by early Swiss Mormon settlers.) It is a two-day event, Friday and Saturday. The 60-90 minute parade occurs on Saturday. Pictures of the event are below. Jan and I also hiked along the Provo River, considered one of the best trout fishing rivers in the world. The river runs less than a quarter mile from our home. I have included pictures from that hike. The poems, Rare Ones and Translation, speak on deeper issues. Vignette adds more details to the first poem.

Featured Categories


The Life Category poetry focuses on many personal life experiences and observations.


The Love Category contains not only romance poems but also several that speak beyond traditional romantic love.


Beauty comes in many forms. A majority of the content relates, in one form or another, to nature. There is also an extensive list of poems on Hawaii and my Westward Ho experiences.


Poems in the Eternal Category speak to the deep within us whether universal love or the spiritual. They were written for all faiths.