Author Archives: jeshannon
You see the porcelain skin-sheen, reflected rays perfected patterns, rhomboid dreams surrendered, into waking, taken approximations, resolve into a fluid process of cognition, And recognition .
imagine, if you will dear reader, a hollow log sitting near a small pond. Water lilies abound and the croaking of frogs is so noisy that it is distracting you. there are weeping willows on the opposite bank and chest-high … Continue reading
Enter into it, caress it and feel the return, of intentional touch. Layers, sheafs, skins of long extinct species, phyla , kingdoms That it is potential is a consequential knowledge. Thought grows, sprouts after germination. Milk-thistle in sidewalk cracks, dandelion … Continue reading
first draft My poetic manifesto: (written at the Soquel Safeway on 41st Ave. 4/3/2012, poetry everywhere) To bleed ink. To explore the wreckage of humanity through fractalized continents of thought. Through fractured conceptualization and broken finger-bones. Through fragmented cognition. To … Continue reading
You remember fingertips in the river reach of revelation regard of the swollen city The derivation of Detroit Back-beat bass bellows silky vocals: Berry Gordy Diana Ross, Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye Chickenheads with herringbone chains and ashy knees and bony … Continue reading
Question by www.Hyperink.com What makes a compelling character in a book or movie? A compelling character is intrinsically human. The character must have human characteristics that the audience can connect with. It is characters with gray areas that are the … Continue reading