Venice Poetry meets Ceramic-Tile Art on Ocean Front Walk!
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.