One afternoon in early 1955, while attending to administrative duties in his office at the Scientology center in Phoenix, Arizona, Ron was approached by the editor of Scientology’s Ability magazine and asked to supply a poem. A reasonably accomplished poet himself (and erstwhile friend of none other than Ezra Pound) the editor had long intended to include scraps of verse in the journal. In reply, we are told of Ron pausing for a reflective moment or two, “then jotting down five decisive lines that seemed to say a lot about the man, because they were honest and spontaneous.”

| Previous | L. Ron Hubbard, Poet Home Page | Scientology Related Sites | L. Ron Hubbard Home Page | Contents | Bookstore | Dianetics Jingles |

| Scientology Disaster Relief | Scientology Sunday Service | Scientology Drug Rehabilitation | Scientology Theology | Scientology in the U.K. | Scientology Drug Solutions | Scientology in D.C. | Scientology Founder | Scientology Members |

© 1996-2018 Church of Scientology International. All Rights Reserved.

For Trademark Information