Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

It will be readable.

The poem I wrote after we lost Dana Thompson will be displayed. Physically.

I've printed it and framed it, in three 8x10" black frames. Tonight, I delivered the framed poem to Angelee van Allman, an artist who was very good friends with Dana. She is curating a show for next month dedicated to Dana, to be displayed at Beulahland. My poem will be part of the show.

My words will be on display. I'll continue to hope they are words that other people will feel good about.

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