Belly - for mary-jo the belly is a containeran expandable home forred szechuan pepperspicing up fish soupfor trembling childhood beds &crone spirits from the pastdemanding that you rememberthe bellies that have come before you story is reala pliable clothesline youcan pull anytime & connectbetween trees of memory the belly asks that you consider its contents… Continue reading Poem 106 – Belly & Spring Launch Date!
Anisoptera from Greek - uneven wing Clothes on the line catching wind in lieuof the broken dryerthe dragonfly lands on my grey tank topgripping the neckline like a prehistoric necklace charm The kids marvelmy mom asserts it’s Nonnacome to visitI feel a tug in my chest in thatdeep place that reminds meI’m an alien –… Continue reading Poem 105 – Anisoptera & Event tonight!
Grand disaster learning how to fold into thespaces between words isthe deconstruction of ego I put on my pretty yellow dresswith the white stripes & spaghetti strapsready for the heat of undoingthese shoulders hold heaps of thoughtsas constant as the sun I want to eat the darkness between the rays where I’m going it’s all… Continue reading Poem 104 – Grand disaster & Thimbles Updates
Friendships & Travels By Books Friendships & Travels By Books last night was Paris WWII the American Library books on shelves books in hiding. jealousy & love & death & broken everything: buildings, windows, wrists, legs, hearts, hearts, hearts Odile our heroine quotes Hurston so she’s whose soul I’m reaching for next to meet Janie… Continue reading Poem 103 – Friendships & Travels By Books