Fray in Santa Fe New Mexico

FRAY, a community dialogue and guerrilla poetry installation, uses the metaphor of “fray” to evoke the strain we feel as individuals and communities living deeply within an economic system that is fraught with painful realities and contradictions that we must internalize in order to survive. (Miriam Sagan)

Enclosed are my responses to a Fray Project at Leonora Curtain Wetlands Preserve in Santa Fe NM,  last Sunday.

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lulled by the wolf

It is the hunter who is lulled by the wolf and Little Red Riding Hood has to save him__

Taste my blood

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buffalo, buffalo, buffalo, Buffalo

buffalo, buffalo, buffalo, Buffalo

buffalo, buffalo, buffalo, Buffalo

Tell me old stories

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Plants have become the new currency.

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Does the fly have salty tears for the spider?

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A thousand year old tree is cut down. Please tell me why?

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the nile crocodile

Photos of the Leonora Curtain Wetlands Preserve in Santa Fe, NM.

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Thank you Stella and Kirsten.

http://fraypoetry.wordpress.com/

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