Tag Archives: Puebla Mexico

528. Prayers & Street Chorizo

Yes, demons were a sub-theme of my work in the 2015 August Poetry Postcard Fest. More demons, another memory of the 2014 Subud World Congress in Puebla, Mexico, and an illusion to los feos americanos.

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493. Rose Petals & Chicharrónes

The latest postcard poem from the 2014 August Poetry Postcard Fest. August 19, 2014, Seattle, WA “Holiness does not dissolve, it is a presence / of bronze.” – Denise Levertov The Cholula sacramental marching band scatters rose petals in a … Continue reading

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490. Bronzing Mexican Air

Another 2014 August Poetry Postcard Poem written in Puebla, Mexico, when I was attending the 14th Subud World Congress. Again a reference to Pablo Vargas Lugo and the exhibit at Museo Amparo.

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