Oslo I pause my hands after tying the corset of Karl Johans’ gate. With each step away it unraveled like a snake. A bouquet of Cajun blue hibiscus lies at its head, petals covering gravel […]
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” I am what I do with my hands . . .“ Expose a Contradiction, that is All you Need Biomorphic Anatomy: The Archetypal Principal of Myth & Psyche. There are few […]
in chapters I am mountainous pledging my allegiance to the jungle of walls I am made of. 2. Please, build me a river or a raft, craft it with your finest woods, let the barriers […]
“Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends and fads and popular opinion.” Jack Kerouac Picture two of the Beat Generation’s greatest writers working in the same room. Jack Kerouac is in one […]
Tiny True Tales You are: an unending, heartfelt ballad; elegant pottery molded from coal-speckled clay. A diamond, still in the making; a firefly twinkling in hillside hay. You are: the perfect stitch that binds mamaw’s patchworks; […]