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Wind Sock by McKenzie Toma

Wind Sock is the most recent release form the author and poet McKenzie Toma. A recent addition to Asheville, NC by way of New York City, McKenzie Toma’s writing examines the nature of being, blending a deep engagement in scientific thought and theology with humor, wit, and an understanding of her craft. What remains between Toma’s prose poems, line-broken statements, and aphorisms is a physical sensation. We love McKenzie and these poems. Listen and read these, then buy the book from our friends at EAST FORK. <3

 

 

I Love You
I Would Love
To Move A Lamp
Around A Room
Together To
See Where
It Should
Go

Quick Rouse Of My Heart
When There Is A Bird Inside
Of The Home Depot

Forgive Yourself For
Being So Sensitive And
Dramatic At CVS

When Have I Last Laughed
Alone In The Canoe
Drunk On
My Own Mediumness

I Try To Catch My Anger Which Moves Like A Butterfly
Through An Opera Concert

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

McKenzie Toma is a writer and artist from Detroit, Michigan currently based in Asheville, NC by way of NYC. She has read, performed and shown at Southern Exposure (SF), Nook Gallery (Oakland), and most recently in the group show Spring Riot with Tsarino Foundarion (Bulgaria).

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