The shape of our sculptures The flaws in their forms The brittleness of their glaze The density of their mass The allure of kilns Click on image to enlarge. “Formation”
We sleep upon the rough carpet Distracted—insomnia twins Twirling threads and frays Floorboards still heard Beneath our pressed ears Though muffled—small creaks Of planks, bare, exposed in spots Revealing coats of wax and stain Covered in fresh oversleep Our hands scuffed,… Continue Reading “Texture”
Running the brittle floor—upon leaves settled to soil. With mild hands wandering—through air and pressed sunlight. Becoming branches—breaching the film of moist sky. Clinging to winter’s sun—lucent thoughts, fictile. Moving with the wildness—of the warm, fragile body. Its abstractions of molds—ravines, dips, and death.… Continue Reading “Wet Pine Needles”
You’ve had a few rain jackets. Some of them have fallen apart, others weren’t a good fit from the get-go, a couple of them ran off with someone else. Still, it’s hard to face the rain without one. You’ve done that too, plenty of… Continue Reading “Rain Jacket”
Hawthorne Street, Portland Oregon, April 2019. Click on image to enlarge. More images can be found here.
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Sauvie Island, February 2019 (click on image to enlarge) More images found here and here.