We are made up of outer shells, hooves, and helmets. We live in sin with lonely dishes, decanters, and devil’s food cake. Accessories are not additives, but attachments. Our clutter embellishes, wraps us up within a blanket of collections. The Fashioned Series is about how our intimacy with objects mingles with meaning. These poems fuse humor with observation, fashion with personality, and pondering with insignificance. Be careful what you’re fashioned after.
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