Collaboration #2 with Brayton Price


Tiny chair or child table,
wood wing of a napkin king
or chalk chipped surface
for a wild fable.

Bluish in phosphorous tin
corners erupt: grew up
into greying wilderness
of ‘remember when.’

A moment’s monument,
of turning tables into fables.
Of old children wondering
where memory went.

© Brayton Price

As mentioned in the title, this is my second collaboration with poet Brayton Price. He surprised me by quickly selecting another photograph from a group I’d sent to him. It was a lovely surprise. So far, this is my favorite of the two collaborations for which he’s written. You can view our first collaboration here and you’ll find Brayton here on Facebook.


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