portion of the artwork for Donavon Davidson's poetry

Donavon Davidson’s Comments

Too often I’m possessed by the desire to be direct. There are certain times when this approach is appropriate: depositing money at a bank, buying shoes, walking down a flight of stairs, etc.

However, I find it is those moments during which we are not paying attention that come back to haunt us, give us pause, and change our dreams.

Our dreams then become a world of indiscriminate logic. I try to put these notions down on paper, so I can see what keeps me from falling into space.

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FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry | Issue 39 | Winter 2013