Thursday, October 20, 2011

Random Poetry Found While Packing -- 9 (Pilot Books Random Line Write)

Fanning out into Pram, the Network

The smashing of your neighbors dishes times perfectly to the shattering of Wally Gators teeth.

Exhibit One:
From Bare floors and empty rooms to black and white Polaroids.

Exhibit Two:
Like everything else, the finches outnumber the crows.

Echibit Two:
Home was no longer the DMZ.

Sinking, enduring with bated breath, a conclusion first. You look happy. Have you been avoiding yourself lately?

Written on 7/19/10 at a Monday night Pilot Books freewrite. Pilot books, no longer extant, was a independent book seller located on 219 Broadway East, Seattle, WA 98122. Summer Robinson was the owner/operator of this novel idea. She created a space where local writers could gather and sell their work.

This post was generated on 8/28/2011 at 1412 Summit Ave, 210, Seattle, WA 98122.

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