Tag Archives: street poems

Back In The Saddle (driving around the eastern suburbs)

A storm was moving in.  I did not know it, as the sky looked blue and it felt more like March or April than early February. I had been real low and confused about things over the past few days. … 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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StreetPoem Update (my tooth hurts)

My tooth hurts. The tooth that is long and pointy and looks like a dog tooth. Maybe on some people it looks like a rat tooth or a wolf tooth but mine is like a small dog tooth. So, the … Continue reading

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Street Poems and a New Year

I have been out on the roads talkin‘ again. Are you listening?   — kyle

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Street Folk Poems

Have you ever had anything to say but it wouldn’t come out right? Have you had the words but not in the right order? Finally said them but they came out upside down? That is how I feel- a lot. I installed a … Continue reading

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Self Portraits (new paintings in my hands)

I have made a lot of new art in recent days. I took pictures of myself holding some of my new paintings. Everything it temporary. – kyle

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Baked TrashMan and Liz Taylor

The Baked TrashMan put on his red necktie and combed his hair one last time. He grabbed his keys and went out the side door to the carport. His truck cranked up and he stretched out in the seat. He … Continue reading

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Signs Of The Times (polka-dot purse)

I have a friend who was taking apart an old farm house’s front porch. He put a new floor down and gave me scraps of the old. I took the pieces home and painted words across the slats. Now they … Continue reading

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Early Signs (pollen on the ground)

I got up early today. Maria had some last minute edits for the book we have been working on. I got up and started painting signs– coffee drinking and toast making and sunrise watching. The turn of spring is well … Continue reading

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