William Evans – “I Say Cathedral When I Mean Gunpowder” (Button Live)

Featuring at Button Poetry Live.

“Stained glass is sometimes just light born in a better neighborhood and I can smell the gunpowder you swallowed every time I startle a flock of birds that will never fly again.”

Don’t miss this magnificent poem from William Evans, featuring at Button Poetry Live.

Check out William’s remarkable book, STILL CAN’T DO MY DAUGHTER’S HAIR, now available!

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