Rebecca Guyver's Blog – October 2012 Archive (2)

A poem to inspire mailart?

A poet-friend of mine sent me a collection by Anna Adams.  This poem seems so relevant to all we do in mail art/ visual poetry, trashpo, etc... I keep reading it love the way it sounds and thought some of you might like it too:

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Think of caseworms in their streams

     gathering stray bric-a-brac –

     sandgrain, leafscrap, broken stick,

to disguise their tender forms:

 

Binding tesserae of trash

     close, to make a…

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Added by Rebecca Guyver on October 21, 2012 at 1:41pm — 1 Comment

Three forms in a single envelope!

I must admit I coveted something destined for Granny Eliane, so when I got my own too, the guilty pleasure of holding a piece of genuine De Villo Sloan concrete poetry made my head, my head swim.  I can't do this but I appreciate it enormously! Wrapped in the…

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Added by Rebecca Guyver on October 8, 2012 at 9:37pm — 12 Comments

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