What Feet Know by Robert Okaji

Background photo: Lirinya/Pixabay, CC0. Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Background photo: Lirinya/Pixabay, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Robert Okaji lives in Texas with his wife, two dogs and some books. He has never been awarded a literary prize, but at age seven won a rolling trashcan cart which is still in use. He is the author of the chapbook If Your Matter Could Reform (Dink Press), a micro-chapbook, You Break What Falls (Origami Poems Project), and “The Circumference of Other,” a chapbook-length work appearing in Ides: A Collection of Poetry Chapbooks (Silver Birch Press). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Steel Toe Review, Hermeneutic Chaos, Otoliths, Panoply, Eclectica, Clade Song, High Window, Posit and elsewhere.

The poet feeling blue.

The poet feeling blue.

George and Buddha hanging out.

George and Buddha hanging out.

The Write Space, AKA The Poetry Shack.

The Write Space, AKA The Poetry Shack.

Even the weeds are big in Texas.

Even the weeds are big in Texas.

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3 thoughts on “What Feet Know by Robert Okaji

  1. Pingback: My poem “What Feet Know” is featured on Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine | O at the Edges

  2. Pingback: Recording of “What Feet Know” | O at the Edges

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