Peace Leaves Set of 5 from "Mouth Toward Sky"
Set of 5 Peace Leaves original letterpressed poems with translucent vellum envelopes individually wrapped in cellophane sleeves. These poems are drawn from various poems in the chapbook "Mouth Toward Sky" by Geraldine Foote. Poems included are as follows: "Suppose, just before each full moon, women could drink the sap of birches to see them through the waning. Suppose men raised roses into the air, scented petals the only casualties of battle.";"Holding, as branches hold birds...";"...imagine wings...";"Say I can, not I can’t. Name disbelief a thief.";"..brimming with possibility."
Other colors/paper textures may be available. each leaf is approx. 4"x5" packaged.
See www.peaceleaves.com for complete list of Peace Leaves poems and for other renditions of the same poems, such as one-of-a-ki