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Pet Project Showcase

Pet Project Showcase

Whipstitches is a collection of intensely deep image Appalachian poems structured as stitches of memory quilting together the pieces of a narrative. My new collection will be published in 2015.

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Pet Project Showcase

 

Fawn

Planted in
the tall timothy,
your dappled hide


took root and you dozed,
trusting
that she would return


before the mower
found you.

Random Ramblings

The word ‘serendipity’ is an elegant foxtrot of consonants and vowels.

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Serendipity

The word ‘serendipity’ is an elegant foxtrot of consonants and vowels.

You know you’re getting old when everyone starts reminding you of someone.

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Old

You know you’re getting old when everyone starts reminding you of someone.

The butterflies always find a way to slip through the keyhole and keep me.

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Butterflies

The butterflies always find a way to slip through the keyhole and keep me.

Featured Photos

Cinder-Blocks

Stalled

Holdfast XX.

The-Lot

Holdfast I.