Rated PG, These Poems Loosely Chart An Adolescence Moving Swiftly Into Middle Age Experienced Without Parental Guidance As The Poet Morphs From Poodle To Petal, Finding Solace In Haiku And Other Profound Decorative Forms He Considers A Timeless Revisionist Anecdote When He Was Just A Little Girl He Said To His Mother, What Will I Be Impersonating Flowers Answers Some Of The Questions His Mother Was Afraid To Ask.
David Bateman is a spoken word poet and performance artist based in Toronto His most recent performances, A Brief History of White Virgins or The Night Freddy Kissed Me, and What s It Like were presented in Vancouver, Peterborough, Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto during the winter of 2009 He teaches drama, literature, and creative writing at a variety of Canadian post secondary institutions.
- 75 pages
- Impersonating Flowers
- David Bateman
- 17 February 2018 David Bateman