About Me?

JDN4Jonathan David Noble is an essayist, poet, and cultural critic, who currently resides in Dothan, Alabama. Jonathan Noble holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history, with a double-minor in English and Latin from Troy State University (Troy, Alabama), and a Master of Arts degree in Christian studies from Wesley Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi.) Jonathan is divorced with two wonderful children ~ one son, one daughter ~ and is blessed with an almost unbelievable network of love and support.

Jonathan would like to express his deep, heartfelt gratitude to both following-readers as well as visitors. It truly is an honor to have other beautiful, gifted and talented, flesh-and-blood folks taking their time and making the effort to read and sometimes even comment! Truly, this is not something he takes for granted, so… blessings to one and all!

Please Note:  Though I have accepted awards in the past, and still very deeply appreciate the consideration and honor, this site is “award-free.”  Your reading, liking and commenting upon my work is award enough for me! Thank you!

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58 thoughts on “About Me?

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking it. I’m new to this, so I’m still trying to figure things out. Have been writing for several years with three novels published.

  2. Bonjour ou bonsoir selon,
    Le principe de vie qui est le votre, votre choix est un principe actif de paix. C’est infiniment respectable. Bravo à vous, bonne continuation

  3. you are a truly divine beautiful soul and a very talented writer, You have touched my heart please keep in touch through the blog I look forward to hearing more as your journey continues x

  4. I just wanted to drop by and say that you’re truly an inspiration!
    Thank you for the visits and comments you leave behind – a pleasure as always!
    Have a nice day! 🙂

  5. Bonjour,
    merci de votre appréciation de mon modeste commentaire, sur le blog d’un ami commun.(Rognac Smart City)et au plaisir de vos posts sur le mien.
    Lio de France, alias Double Genre

  6. I just wanted to leave a comment and say that your writing is amazing. I have read a few of your posts/pages and am truly impressed with your ability to captivate so poetically. It is a rare occurrence to stumble upon someone that has a true gift as you do.
    🙂

  7. I talk with you like everyday … in WP. (like an intimate friend somwr in Alabama ;p)

    But Now-on-wards, I will be careful ;p (smile)

    Of-course! ur writings r splendid n cant b expressed in words ; )

    Also….,you are so talented and well educated man. (so many research, so muchh of knowledge, n lots of struggle!)

    Wow! You are brilliant Jonathan! I m so happy ….. (reading, this page ;p )

    I always thought poetry was alwz abt emotions. feeling! Only after joining WP and knowing wonderful people like you, I got to kno. It is also abt knowledge, wisdom and research!

    Thank you so muchh for ur constant support and wishes!

    Lots of wishes and love from Nepal

    : ))

    1. Oh Jyotee, you have brightened my morning! (I am crying for joy.) Thank you so very, very much for you wonderfully kind words… I don’t feel like I deserve such applause! lol Believe me, it is also an honor and privilege to know YOU! Blessings to you w/lots of love and peace and joy! 🙂

  8. So I didn’t know where to put this concern, but your piece, Desertion in Collaboration’ I can’t find it anywhere. I tried clicking on like’ and still, I couldn’t read the posting.

  9. Hello, Jonathan. You recently contributed a poem to the #PoetsforPeace collaboration. An online magazine liked the spirit of the collaboration, and asked to publish it. We need your permission to include your poem.
    To give permission, please email: mzanemcclellan@outlook.com your name, and general location (city/state/country) and the ok. You can also leave it in comments on my blog, or tweet me @InZanesBrain or comment on ForgottenMeadows.com where the collaboration was compiled
    https://forgottenmeadows.wordpress.com/2016/07/16/calling-all-poetscreative-minds-to-a-grand-collaboration-poets-for-peace
    Thank you. Peace,
    Michael

    1. Actually, Jyotee and I have never actually collaborated on any piece! lol 🙂 We began an online magazine ~ Pax et Dolar ~ together, but that is the extent of our work together. BUT I shall have a look at The Strix and let you know! Blessings to you!

        1. I believe you are thinking of Nandita… And, unfortunately, she shut down her blog(s) completely. But, yes, we did quite a few collaborations together… One time we even included another for a three-way collaboration. Ah! Fond memories that leave an ache in my heart. Well, that’s life… I’m going to have a look at The Strix blog now! 🙂

    2. The Strix is quite impressive, Patty… What could I possibly add? I did notice that Jyotee made a contribution, and I would certainly be willing to do the same… What did you have in mind?

      1. Fantastic ! I am so excited and humbled at the same time. Going to share this great news with my art-family soon 🙂
        Send me an email at mimosa.pudica.connect@gmail.com ( so you won’t have to publish yours here ) and I will provide you our next topic and due date and give you more details. How does that sound?

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