New Directions (poetry)

My medium is not English langua.
I call it samba braille,
or tactile dance bump poems;

it calls me because it is the
rhythm of varying textures,
think feet on sand,
feet on twilight.

Think feet at theme park,
fake rubber. It calls for
punctuation, blank space?
More. A collapsing loop
unravels spiral combs.
Think vector fields.


Rather I am calling it
out to you
to be felt with your imagination.

-- Sandy Vanderbleek is a graduate of Georgia Tech and has an active involvement in poetry, philosophy, and research in computer science.

An archive of Sandy's articles is located here.

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