A turkey coming to terms of his death nearing Thanksgiving Day. He becomes aware that he is being watched a tad too much, as if his existence were fun or for the amusement of all that were in his view. Not realizing the unseen dangers, he immediately start causing chaos—teasing animals, picking fights with them, cursing them out! It looks as if he is seeking Death! He later collapses from pure exhaustion, and as soon as he wakes, he realizes that he has died. It was a heart attack that killed him, due to his actions on the farm. He comes face to face with Devil, who means to do him harm and roast him up this Thanksgiving. But the turkey turns the tables and calls him out! “Eyes on me, Devil—better yet, eyes on you I see, eyes on you all!”
I have always been a good person, even though I haven’t gotten the same feedback in life. My reason for attempting to write and publish this book is due to my mother and her faith in me but also for myself. I’ve spent nearly forty-eight years observing others who had the spark of life, and they managed to keep it lit through their children, jobs, or hobbies that they loved to partake in. I found out that my spark began dwindling out as small boy on a porch many years ago. Taking an oath that young to become and remain a good person in this cold, cruel world didn’t come easy. That meant that every day you would have to do battle against evil and those who pretend to be. Therefore your will is tested, your belief in God is tested, and somehow your will to live is tested; that immediately challenges one’s sanity. I managed, through drawing and writing, to keep the beasts at bay. I found out that I could center myself through dreaming and create new worlds and inspirations. God gave me life, therefore he loves me.