“It seems so clear and easy. There’s the line. / You follow the instructions.” (Jennifer Keith)
“It’s lonely in a song / about outer space. / When I don’t have any thoughts, / I want one!” Posted in the “Chill Zone” at DHS.
“Nobody in this nation feels safe, and I’m still a reason why. / Every day, something gets thrown away on account of long / History or hair or fingernails or, yes, of course, my fangs.” This test subject, Darien High School senior Alex Kostrzewski, roamed the halls of the school as a mobile poem bomb.
“Autumn is a solitude.” Taped to the air pump.
“They go on for hours” I posted this poem at the Darien train station because I had the idea of an individual riding a train from a point A to a far away destination of point Z.
“Unmistakable quality will soon be upon us. Don’t wait for anything else.” Posted outside of Heights Pizza, Darien, Connecticut.
“Does a road / run its whole length / at once?” Posted in my favorite of the the DHS stairwells.