Category Archives: Architecture

Zaha

she blew in on a hurricane a designing whirling dervish she carved curves in concrete bent buildings with her will tore men from podiums broke steadfast barriers and rules she threw our cities into space and dragged us headlong into … Continue reading

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No Foundation

I did not build this life to last It doesn’t float It has no oars It can’t swim to save itself It rests on sodden stumps Soaked to their core Its waterlogged walls Barely cling together Shiplap collapse It wears … Continue reading

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Poetry in Motion

When I broke open, words and blood spilled all over the sidewalk. There was God and good and Type O floating in a sticky puddle at the curb. I scrambled to pick up all those letters, to cram them back … Continue reading

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Designer Bats

Bats sketching in the dusky sky with their charcoal wings; they fly in circles, drawing ribbons and curves. As if guided by Wright, they’re designing another Guggenheim in my back yard.

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