Caged Peripherals + Humectant

Caged Peripherals

Humectant

These two poems create a little bit of a dialogue-- one that creates a contrast in color, living things, and the state of life. I think from more of an ecological perspective, both of these little projects consider life in the desert, specifically, life in a spectrum that is often changing and responding to the environments around us.

It monsooned a lot today, just in a few hours. I'll have to post the pictures I took after the torrent of rain stopped momentarily-- the sky was so clear because the rain washed out most of the junk that accumulates up there. Less junk means the sun is even warmer, but at least I took advantage of it! Thanks for reading :)







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I work mainly with graphic poetry; a way to articulate a medium with both images and text. I really enjoy digital photography, and poems that make you want to think, and feel. A lot of my poetic subtext will be associated with Indie Poetry and Ecopoetry as ways to focus on expanding Social and Ecological awareness through a creative medium. It's my focus to find a way for others to connect through this visual medium, to have a way to express thoughts in a unique form, but also, to express our concerns with the constantly changing environments around us.

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