Category Archives: street folk

Jolly Town (if you were wanting to move)

  I am gonna move to Jolly Town. Big lots. Nice folks. Dandy views. No HOA. New fresh homes for sale. Call today 1-800-JOLLY. Maybe when we get relocated we can have a party down on the corner. I will … Continue reading

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Ol King Kole (happy old soul)

Ol King Kole was a happy old soul and a happy old soul was he. He would jump and sing and shake that thing and listen to the buzzing bees. He ran down the lane in the pouring rain and … Continue reading

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An Examination Of Time (things I did)

Here are some photos from the last couple days. You can see some of the art I have made and delivered. I drove around. I painted outside at home. I have been shifting gears. I liked the dry days more than … Continue reading

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Thank You (go big happy)

Hi. I’d like to thank everyone for their support. It has been overwhelming and highly appreciated . I have received so many notes and emails full of encouragement. It will take me a while to get back with you. Thank … Continue reading

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Meeting Good Folks (the magic tree)

I get to meet a lot of great and inspiring people doing what I do. For that I am thankful. Some of the most inspiring are folks who have made a business and a life out of nothing. I always … Continue reading

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Father Father (and an old red barn)

This weekend I painted these words “Father Father Holy Father” and then I put them on the barn. Today I wrote a poem to go along side them— To go between the screws holding it to the barn— To go between … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon (driving around town)

We drove 40 miles to eat brunch. I ate lunch. Funny thing because I am a lover of brunches and brunching. But this time I ate lunch. Perhaps the drive wore me out. We went for a mother-in-law birthday gathering. After … Continue reading

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StreetFolk Poems In The City (Jogger 5K)

I recently made some street poems and streetfolk signs for an event called Jogger. It was a 5k in Atlanta sponsored by Edgar Allan and Monday Night Brewing. They had different types of art along the course. Jon Cole from … Continue reading

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Hot Fish (fast or fresh)

One hand behind my back. I have 8 miles to go.  I try to take advantage of all the untied shoe laces. I try to see something new in all the old faces. You might not understand if you tried. … Continue reading

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Frenchy Fry Land (blackberries and grasshoppers)

Along the roads you pass everyday on the way to the “far away Mexican” and the grocery store and the movie theater there are lots of blackberries and grasshoppers. There are also lots of signs. Some of them you look … Continue reading

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