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Author and playwright, Ken La Salle has brought his shows to stages from Los Angeles to New York to San Francisco. His passion is intense humor, meaningful drama, and finding answers to the questions that define our lives.
Published by Limitless Publishing
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“Heaven Enough” is a poem about longing, about wishing for something more. “What would it be like if I had heaven enough?” it reads.
Matt Murphy reads these words for the first time at his wife’s funeral when he is presented with a book of sonnets by an attendee. He and Diva were married for nearly twenty years, yet he did not “know” her. A poet and lover of culinary delights, among many other things, she is struck by a car and killed instantly on the wrong side of town. What was she doing there? A poet laureate? What else?
When her brother, “the monk,” comes for the funeral, Matt is set on a course unprecedented. Diva’s computer is covered in hiking information set for that coming Friday— to hike the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) of 2668 miles from the Mexican border to Canada. He takes this upon himself to do, and also to sprinkle Diva’s ashes along the way. What happens in the first two hours is dumbfounding; what happens next changes his life forever.
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