July 15, 2019


Fabrice Poussin



[Art] [Poem]

Art

Cloudy Thoughts (2016-12-05) photo art

The Visual Art presents the work of Fabrice Poussin.

Going Down (2016-12-19) photo art

The Visual Art presents another beautiful image by Fabrice Poussin.

To JP (2017-01-02) photo art

The Visual Art presents Mr. Poussin's tribute to Jackson Pollock.

Prayer Time (2017-01-16) photo art

Images of holy places...

Pondering the Piece (2017-01-30) photo art

The Visual Art presents a thoughtful image by Fabrice Poussin.


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Poem

Sheet Cake (2017-07-03) poem unrhymed

"...Like sheet metal... Sheet music..."

Sunday Suit (2017-07-31) poem unrhymed

"...The lady-moms, flowery, they too walk smiling..."

Dying with the Ladybug (2017-08-28) poem unrhymed

"...The rush was a ruse, a push to keep you dazed..."

One half a Mil (2017-10-02) poem unrhymed

"...I had it all, I wanted more..."

The Last Card Game (2017-10-30) poem unrhymed

"...A shell remains on this assembly line, where disintegration is the prime purpose..."

Free (2019-03-11) poem unrhymed

"...Taking another aimless step the ground fails me as always..."

Invisible (2019-04-22) poem unrhymed

"...unwilling to reveal the secrets she has conceived..."

Within the Fortress (2019-05-13) poem unrhymed

"...Pain has gone from the flesh once home to such joy..."

Whispering to Infinity (2019-06-10) poem unrhymed

"...waiting for a next journey on a park bench..."

Tears of Rust (2019-07-08) poem unrhymed

"...contemplating the jagged edge of an ancient life..."


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Fabrice Poussin
Fabrice Poussin


Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at a small private Liberal Arts University. Author of novels and poetry, his writing has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, Eskimo Pie, The Chimes and more than 100 others.

His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, Foliate Oak Magazine, San Pedro River Magazine and hundreds more.

Living in Northern Georgia, he often travels to Europe. Always working on a project, he hopes that his endeavors into another dimension of photography will be appreciated by the viewers (a mystery for now).

When not photographing, he expresses himself in poetry.

He is not afraid of taking on the great American highway all the way to California at the rate of 550 miles a day for weeks on end. After all what is the good of sleeping when there is so much life happening in the most amazing landscapes in the world.