Birdwolf is a new year-long project authored by the collective Entropy community. It is a collaborative online epic poem written by the Entropy community on a weekly basis. A different author will write the next stanza or section of the poem each week, to be posted every Tuesday, following the previous post from the previous week, and following a very limited set of guidelines (that each author has one week to write the next piece after the previous week’s installment goes up, that the installment should build from the previous section’s content and form, and that contributions should range between 8 and 24 lines or be a visual work).
Follow the entire epic poem here: Birdwolf.
The thirty-sixth installment is presented this week by Robby Bailey.
I have no time for the mud thick pools inside my chest. My heart will keep beating through it— wounded animal that it is. a memory just out of touch no matter how hard I claw to get there – (I should warn you) I am not the person I once was A manmade wild A beast under the skin
Robby Bailey is a 2014 graduate of Piedmont College and a current student at the University of Georgia. He is currently working on his first collection.