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Jean Paul Limage is a Poet retired from 6 years in the Marine Corps who was born in Queens, New York.

Being that his mother, Children’s Author Elsie Limage, spun charming tales off the dome since he was a child, storytelling has always been to him a personal form of magic that every single Soul is capable of.

<So, you stranger, are invited to peruse the selection available here as well as those arriving and if you ever feel the notion towards doing an artistic collaboration with Jean Paul, simply contact him through the available mediums accessible regardless of where you are on this site.>

Note that the origin of the_BlackHobbit [JP’s artist alias] bears much significance to him as well. The ‘_’ underscore represents the shift that occurred when he was 20 years old, where he had reached the first decade of being a staunch Atheist ever since his cousin Jeremiah Campbell died. It was in this period that the introduction of the late venerable Dr. Wayne Dyer‘s book The Art of Intention was thrust upon him by his mother who was Christian and an ex [then boyfriend] who was also agnostic Atheist at the time. This is when the word meditation entered Jean Paul’s vocabulary and so nothing was ever the same again. ‘Black Hobbit’ now simply refers to ‘The Lord of the Rings‘ universe where Jean Paul observed there was not one black Hobbit in the Shire. . so he decided to be that very one in reality. It also melded well with the title of his notebook where he transcribes some of his favorite finished pieces: ‘the_BlackHobbit’s Hidey Hole’.

Above & below all, Jean Paul believes that in order for one to regard themselves as an Artist, your work as well as character right down to actions should represent organically your innermost truths. For what could be better than becoming an Absolute Truth?


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