As some of you may know, the Venice Beach Poet’s Monument was restored early January, installing 63 new visual poetry ceramic tiles at 17th street and Ocean Front Park.
Take a sneak-peak Preview of The poetry fragments that are currently engraved on the 17th Street / Ocean Front Walk location!
I am a man
who stands against the mountain
and thinks of pebbles – Frank T. Rios
Feel of rain in the face moonjuice/
partial to poets
the lady’s tears – Tony Scibella
the madmen can find other holes
to crawl into.
I used to walk that pier when I was 8 years old – Charles Bukowski
my mind is a radio
once I could sing
the play by play of Blonde on Blonde like it was Eddie Doucette weaving basketball free throw averages
with a handful of scars – Ellyn Maybe
Blogged by: Gabrielle Wooden
Gabrielle Wooden is a writer currently residing in Southern California. Currently she is a blogger for the Venice Art Crawl and is working on her first novel entitled Blue Barcelona at UCLA’S Extension Writers Program.