Let’s look<br />At literacy<br />From the other side<br />As inscribed goats<br />
Technique<br />Allows both the eye<br />And message<br />To move.<br />
Satirical Rabbits<br />Southern Bells<br />Solemn Rites<br />Oh, go to hell!<br />
A sprig of clay with a hint of mint<br />A cup of bourbon laced with creativity<br />A teaspoon of sugar, Southern style<b...
I think one has to be<br />A damn optimist<br />To see pealing paint<br />As hopeful.<br />
Quaker Hell?<br />Prision<br />Penitentiary<br />Panopticon<br />Or Pergatory<br />The Panopticon<br />The sentiment of an...
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Picture poems

  1. 1. Let’s look<br />At literacy<br />From the other side<br />As inscribed goats<br />
  2. 2. Technique<br />Allows both the eye<br />And message<br />To move.<br />
  3. 3. Satirical Rabbits<br />Southern Bells<br />Solemn Rites<br />Oh, go to hell!<br />
  4. 4. A sprig of clay with a hint of mint<br />A cup of bourbon laced with creativity<br />A teaspoon of sugar, Southern style<br />Presto: The Mint Julep Housewives of Atlanta<br />“You all come down if you can find the path.<br />Wear your hat and your Southern Charm.<br />Just how refined do you think you need to be<br />To drink Mint Juleps under a Tulip Tree?<br />
  5. 5. I think one has to be<br />A damn optimist<br />To see pealing paint<br />As hopeful.<br />
  6. 6. Quaker Hell?<br />Prision<br />Penitentiary<br />Panopticon<br />Or Pergatory<br />The Panopticon<br />The sentiment of an invisible omniscience<br />In an over-observed, over-watched world<br />Where even the watched are watched<br />By Quakers<br />

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