“Washed ashore / What was the story about?” Posted on the door of Vavala’s Deli, Darien, Connecticut.
“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.
“You have nothing to be afraid of, anymore. / Outside Prague, I find you warm / Among the million small gold bees set loose / In April’s onion snow, quietly / Quietly, would you sing this back to me, out loud? (Lucie Brock-Broido)
“Autumn is a solitude.” Taped to the air pump.
“Unmistakable quality will soon be upon us. Don’t wait for anything else.” Posted outside of Heights Pizza, Darien, Connecticut.
“The ship is anchor’d safe and sound, its voyage closed and done … “ Tucked into a Grand Central Station pay phone.
“Then, urgent messages still affrighted me, sharp / Noises caused the birds not yet in flight to fly.” Posted on my dad’s car.
“A bird, singing in his wicker cage, winds down. Now, a trestle table lined with wooden platters” Posted at the Noroton Heights Train Station, Darien, Connecticut.