Tag Archives: homeless

Photo Essay: “The Realities of the Street”

  By Dave Hood “I am not angry or sad or happy to see you. I could not give a shit. You don’t even ripple.” ― Gillian Flynn, Dark Places Part of an ongoing documentation of the city with my … Continue reading

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Poem: Homeless Man

By Dave Hood After a night in the shelter, where bed bugs bite, where derelicts mutter in their sleep, where the only meal is soup and ham sandwich, an unemployed, divorced, middle-aged man, sits crossed-legged like a Buddhist statue, next … Continue reading

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Poem: Life in the City

By Dave Hood I stroll along the sidewalk, newspaper in hand, headline reads “Another Murder in the City”, iPod singing favorite songs, in the smog, humidity, heat on a summer’s day, along the horizontal, vertical streets, passed a car dealership … Continue reading

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