You moulder under granite between evergreens and decades have brought change and stones, Old Glory cap, pencils, ballpoints, yellow wildflowers, oceans of ecstasy – Pabst Blue Ribbon, Woodford Reserve – you drained faster than a desert well. I speak frankly, Papa, excuse my search for one true sentence: The sparrow sings over graves at dusk. [...]
A blackout poem.
Tea Gerbeza was recently invited as a guest on the podcast, Witch, Please. Listen to the episode here.
"Will Pinsent the poet overcome his overbearing father in his quest for creative fulfilment? Will he conquer his social anxiety and finally speak to Woolfrey? Will his poetry suite ever get written, let alone published?" Watch Pevlin's short film here.
“Lark Sparrow (after a photo by Shelley Banks)” is drawn on post-consumer cardboard to mark World Sparrow Day, March 20, 2021. Over the past half-century, North America has lost almost 3 billion birds, a slide in the breeding population of 29 percent.
Four wool yarn handmade rugs.
My five-year-old nephew calls the corona virus “the disease,” like a 1300s plague prophetin underoos and velcro shoes warning the masses: stay away from the playgroundor you’ll get the disease.
Two days after the crack in the floor of our barn appeared, they found Davie O’Hare’s body in the woods. Me and Sadie were up at the schoolhouse when they found him, so we didn’t get to see, but word gets around anyway. They say he was shriveled up like a raisin, all his blood [...]
A scanograph (scanner photograph) of a paper quilled piece.
(Japanese) The practice of buying more books than you can read. Of course, I did.From my first UniversityWomen’s Book Sale where bookswere piled on every table.Macaulay’s Lays of Ancient Romefor a nickel? Of course.Twelve individual Shakespeare playsin hard covers for 5 cents apiece?Sold. Goldsmith’s Collected Poemsfor a quarter? No question. They gave me a banana box for mybounty, could barely carry [...]