Poet Nicelle Davis is at it again, with that “it” being another unforeseen kind of poetry adventure. Davis has taken poems by Eric Elliott and buried them around the Antelope Valley.
“To honor this collection of poems, I decided to bury them. Okay, I admit this might seem counterproductive, but not when you consider it is always our most treasured parts of life we put in the ground. From pirate’s gold to grandma, what is loved is put under protective (often secretive) wraps.”
Read more of what Nicelle Davis has to say about her latest effort to make poetry and art public and alive at The Bee’s Knees Poetry Blog.