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Graphic (Visual) Poetry Project -"Kapok-Tree"

Graphic Poetry Project -"Kapok-Tree"
My poetry chapbook, "Home, No Home", is available at  Educe Press, Amazon, and My Etsy Store.
My recent projects: Part 1 : Japanese Apricot Wine Part 2 : Protest Against 
Part 3 : Radio Tower Part 4 : Infestation of River People

Graphic (Visual) Poetry Project - "Radio Tower"

Graphic (Visual) Poetry Project  This is one of my favorite poems of mine.
My poetry chapbook, "Home, No Home", is available at  Educe Press, Amazon, and My Etsy Store.
My recent projects: Part 1 : Japanese Apricot Wine Part 2 : Protest Against
2013 Project Part 1 2013 Project Part 2

Have a Wonderful Monday!

A cold morning and an ideal breakfast.

Graphic (Visual) Poetry Project #2 - "Protest Against"

I name my project "Graphic Poetry". 
New Project #1: Japanese Apricot Wine
2013 Project #1 2013 Project #2
My poetry chapbook, "Home, No Home," is available atAmazon. You may purchase my chapbook & drawing at Etsy.

Visual Poetry Project #1, "Japanese Apricot Wine"

Visual Poetry Project #1, "Japanese Apricot Wine" My poetry chapbook and art are available at Amazon and Etsy.

Visual Poetry Project

I am working on my visual poetry project again. 
New York City and current exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago inspired me a lot. 
You may see my past visual poetry project. Part 1 Part 2

Metropolitan Museum of Art

I wish that I could live in New York City for a while.  (At the Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Remembrance: Book One: Arrival (Remembrance Saga) by H. Buchanan

I am reading "Remembrance" by H. Buchanan. This story is about an American jazz musician in World War I, France. The author's project homepage is here.


"Sometimes, I can't thank too hard about what we're doing here in this war. Are we making things better for the world, or worse? We are answering Germany with better guns and better airplanes, so the ways of killing get better. David and I are staying in this little town outside of Reims, and the folk are just smiling at us, offering us everything they can-- bread, apples, wine(which we happily accept). They know the Black Watch is on their side, fighting for them. I'm hoping that America will hear of out good deeds here, but then I get mad at myself for even wanting America's love." -- Jimmy's Journal April 29, 1918