#8 OCU: Walker Center

ocucacheOklahoma City University: I gave a presentation on the Poetry Friendly Classroom in Walker Center on April 3, 2013, and left this poem cache in honor of poet Terrance Hayes’ visit to campus. It has one of his poems inside. This is a different cache than the others–it’s inside a building, not outside….may be discovered and trashed by un-poemlike people. We’ll see. Continue reading

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#6 Dust Bowl Debris

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Kelly and Amos (our dad) in front of her store

The next time you are on scenic 412 and going through Locust Grove, stop at my sister’s shop Dust Bowl Debris. She has all kinds of cool homemade, handmade, and repurposed stuff for yourself, your home, your yard, and more. Gifts, goodies, books, cards, cool antiques and more. Continue reading

#4 Beavers Bend Cabin

verbenaThe cabins at Beavers Bend State Park are highly recommended. We just stayed in cabin 4, which is near where this poem cache is hidden. It includes a poem I wrote while we were sitting at the kitchen table in the cabin. It’s a romantic poem, so if you are so inclined, I think you will quite like it. The cache is not hidden right on the cabin, so there’s no fear of being called a peeping tom if you decide to find this poem cache. Continue reading

Poem Caching Photos

Cat stalking cacher at Gorda Park

Cat stalking cacher at Gorda Park

Here are some photos sent to me from folks finding the poem caches I have up so far. Word of warning to those going to Gorda Park. You may be stalked by a horny black cat. So, depends on if you like cats or not. Also, I heard some black Labrador puppies come over and visit from a nearby house. No animal life surrounded me when I was placing the cache. I guess they’re on the alert now though! Continue reading

#3: Low Water Dam

lowwaterdam3We used to play on the rocks across the river when the floodgates were holding the water back. When the dam whistle blew, everyone knew to clear off. This is one of the few places from my childhood that have remained virtually untouched by development or beautification or bought by private owners and fenced off. There are places we need to leave alone, where the mud should be allowed to suck around your ankles, the danger of rock-climbing continued, and the trees unassaulted by power companies. Continue reading