Dionne Custer Edwards
Dionne Custer Edwards is a writer and arts educator at The Wexner Center for the Arts. She created Pages, a writing program where she curates arts experiences for high school students, and co-edits an anthology of writing and art by teens. She has work in 3Elements Review, Flock, Gravel, Grist, The Seventh Wave, Storm Cellar, Tahoma Literary Review, and others. She has an M.A. from Antioch University, and a B.A. from Ohio State University. Find her online at lifeandwrite.com.
Content by Dionne Custer Edwards
BY Dionne Custer Edwards
Sometimes two people look like delicate objects,
sound like road-work and thunder.
We duty, gender and tribe in our house. Split blades of grass.
Elope from garden and seed, to stove and head of table.
We look like a honeymoon with no boundaries.
A riot of patterns, draft of wisdom and splintering,
entire palette of laughter and bickering.