Zen Walking. Oh brother in law! You teach me To meditate On each step I take Never to look too far ahead To concentrate Because
Young Mouth, Old Mouth: a photo essay.
Here is a photo shoot with actor Lee Jae Yong, taken in South Korea.
Unlike other mice,my mighty mouse didn’t get caught in a trap.
On Monday, November 15th, our neighbor, a World War Two veteran, died in hospital of a brain hemorrhage. One day, he told me how it
I often find myself looking at the sky and the hydro lines that cut across like webs.
A TRANSPARENT EXPLANATION The X-rays are proof Conclusive evidence Exposing my nature Confirming my small heart And poor circulation “you’re so cold” you say but
DOG EYE BONE The city That butcher Hacks Through meat and bone And I snap at the pieces My muzzle gnaws Drops And Gnaws Drops
Audio version in-this-chicken-coop IN THIS CHICKEN COOP In this chicken coop We are Economic transactions Paying prices Set and stamped Pecking at bar codes Like chickens
STATIC The radio was playing Broadcasting And we were communicating But I thought I could do better So I tried to say more From the
To the Candy Princess From This Field From this poppy field I confess I’m comfortable From here I contemplate Listening to echo’s With my minds
A SOUTH KOREAN SCHOOL ASSEMBLY I stand in the empty Teachers room By the window Behind the flag Watching Pubescent boys Ordered into formation Looking
Reading Fyodor Dostoevsky has had a strong impact on me. I felt compelled to make a pilgrimage to his gravesite in St.Petersburg, Russia. I did
THE SQUID I ate dried squid Feasted on it’s tentacles Burnt them over my gas range stove Then dipped them in mayonnaise And I thought
Run Young Heart Run I’m wiser Older Though I may feel my pulse race I run not Anymore Run young heart Run From where I
being-a-horse audio version
Small Mouth Bass In shallow water Warmed by the sun In a tranquil part of the stream A shinny lure Caught my eye And I
Here are some poems I wrote while I was living in South Korea.Thanks to Wes De Boer for letting me record while I was living
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