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Coffee. Concrete Poetry. Shape Poem developed by Iron Monkey Interactive. (will try to find original poet/designer and post later)

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Boooook: The Life and Work of Bob Cobbing

Occasional Papers | Boooook: The Life and Work of Bob Cobbing (concrete poetry)

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Photo (I measure my life in coffee spoons.)

Normality is a paved road; It's comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow. -Vincent van Gogh

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DAUGHTER When we were on The bridge I saw our lives Like a flash bulb Light And Gods Great hands nowhere To be seen. Your scream was Set to the tune of My angry fingers Seeking revenge on A wheel that could Rip us infinite Scraps of metal And concrete Like a beautiful cosmos Built by no maker. Take her away was Written on my mind. But I ask you now Who else was there Elbowing out that inky Phantom And its silk-strung voice And the bursting nebula That lit my pupils…