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16x8" (includes black wood frame, 18x10")

I created this piece as part of a poetry-art challenge, paired with American poet Angie Kirby.
Here is the poem:



Out of the blue

rain’s unexpected, 

these first fat drops 

evangelists for wetness 

when you were thinking 

lovely day, thinking take 

a walk and maybe here

I finally belong 


The accidental, unsure

of itself, wonders if 

it should be happening; 

you wonder the same,

think a scar’s not a scar

when it’s accidental: might as well

get mad at this rain


You never know what’s

coming right at you, like

the short shower of worms 

from a Dundee sky 

or mackerel dropped on 

an empty playground

somewhere in Iowa


Might as well 

stand open-mouthed

waiting for thunder, 

ride a horse through a forest

sliced to ribbons by light,

turn what you think you know 

to a slick fish dream

falling from bluest sky

$ 425.00

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