Tag Archive: earth

| HIS NAME IS LION – MOTHER |

| DEFY |

| PULSE RATE |

| POETRY READING |

| MICHAEL |

| COLOR CARTOGRAPHY |

| FIRE SWALLOWS ME |

| LOW – VENUS |

| BETWEEN NOISE AND CALM .02 (what she said) |

| BETWEEN NOISE AND CALM .01 |

| CHANGE YOUR MIND |

| FOLLOW |

| GO! |

| PLANETS |

| OREGON PEARLS |

| YES, SOMETIMES I DO TEAR UP |

The Room and the World By Stephen Dunn The room was room enough for one or maybe two if the two had just discovered each other and were one. Outside of the room… Continue reading

| STAY |

| SIT STILL – POEMS IN A BOX |

| MONOLITH |

| RABBIT IN FOURTEEN POINT THIRTEEN SECONDS |

| INSIDE |

A poem in celebration of a poetry reading with Bette Lynch Husted and Jana Zvibleman for the Oregon Poetry Association Eugene/Springfield Chapter and Springfield Public Library – Poetry Reading Series.  Date: 23 October… Continue reading

| POLAROIDS – KITCHENS OF DISTINCTION |

Going through some photos and listening to Kitchens of Distinction records. Oh, the memories. Here are several pictures, it pictures the past Here’s a pretty desert scene and here’s a sea of grass… Continue reading

| INSIDE OF A ROOM |

A poem written in celebration of tonight’s reading at the Springfield Public Library. Thank you Nancy Carol Moody and Sharon Munson for making way for my poems to be shared to a wider… Continue reading

| RELICS |

| IT’S ALL ABOUT WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR BAG! “

The contents of the bag I am holding: (1) A box of crayola – minus the black and white. (2) An extra crayola box (cause I didn’t like to share) (3) Paper (4)… Continue reading

| BEING |

Eugene, Oregon – My video installation at the 2012 Clay Festival. Not bad for an iPhone 3Gs shot. 🙂 Enjoy.

| OTHER PLACES |

A poetry project for 2013

| CONFLICT RESOLUTION |

I saw a lady walking with a Wish Person figure to purchase. I came up to her and thanked her for purchasing my work. She said she was giving it to a friend… Continue reading

| EIGHT ATMOSPHERES |

| ALPHABETS CAN BE MADE OUT OF DUST |

| THANK YOU | A very personal sculpture. Last February, I gave my personal thanks to my biological parents who brought me into this world. Here they are immortalized in the language of… Continue reading