Part of my undergraduate senior thesis manuscript, An Argument Against Photographs, published in The Eunoia Review today, is perhaps one of the most romantic poems I have ever written. I wrote it in the late nineties near the beginning of a long love affair I had with an artist who was the most sky-headed fellow I have ever known. I mean that as a sincere compliment. He was a dreamer with amazing vision–he still is to this day–and I’m glad to have shared a chunk of my life with him.
I’m thrilled to have finally flung this poem out into the world and that it landed in The Eunoia Review.