Walking Tooth & Cloud
Poetry. WALKING TOOTH & CLOUD, the new collection of prose poems from California poet Albert Flynn DeSilver, reaches "into your skull and reshape[s] and reshape[s] your brain like wax after lighting its wick"-Ian Ayres. "The pronoun I in its word-tissue forest...'a book of elastic steel, an opposable piano.' Meet tea leaf man, iced-over man, and others, as the inside-outside window collapses. 'I am wind in the paper.' Beautiful. 'I alone as mirror to the world'''--Alice Notley.
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Ageless in Sleep Alameda Press Albert Flynn DeSilver Angry Dog Midget ashen bellowing blind blue BLUEBERRY ORACLE breath brilliant pebbles Buddha CANTALOUPE cheek CHUCKLING SKY closets cockroach collage creek crinkled pirouettes cypress dark deer Dog Midget Editions dunes edge egret eyes father fingers fire flesh-like painterly tremblings flint babies FOGGY SCALP forbs frankly frog glass of water gnomes Griswalds hair head heart's dream horizon iced-over idea kissing lamp & guiding lawn chair milky mirror moss covered guy mountains mouth muslin Nature D-Press/The neck night Nonexistent Press Not-Cottonwood palm peel plane podium policeman's rusting pollen porcelain rain raised shirt referee saliva sandstone SAYING WAS UNVEILED screaming silver skin Sleep Angry Dog square stand stone strewn swat tangled teeth TONGUE TRAIPSES ZERO too-many world TOOTH & CLOUD tower of fur UNCONDITIONAL LOVE waitress WALKING TOOTH Westward Facing Mustache woolen tongue wrought iron yams