Bicycle by Paul Fattaruso

A bicycle might hide in any tall field – say, a field of chest- high corn. Then at harvest time, it sneaks bike to its home.

The whimsey, poetry, and inventive nature of a bicycle that goes where it wants with or without the owner is explored in a book by Paul Fattaruso.

Published in 08, the single-line poems could serve a Twitter account well or a bike-themed poetry slam.



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