Hey, a Fish

It seems like after Alex discovered emoticons and sent mementos to his pals he was afraid Mimi would whack him over the head with one of her lunch boxes for not giving her one, too. So he did, with fish, and a rose.

Push Comes to Shove

Discovered within the pages of a book at a bookstore in 1990. A handwritten note on the back reads: Bob – me – Lonesome Sierra Vista April 1952.

Always, Annie Grapefruit

I found this written in an old gift book at a thrift store. The book was titled “… And Spring Shall Come.” While I had no interest in the book itself, I had to have it for the inscription, which says so much, yet begs so many questions.

Let’s Hung Out Together

I found this on my friend’s fridge. Her housemate found it six years ago in a university dining hall. I love that her roommate has been carrying this around for six years, knowing how special it is, just waiting for a motivated person with a scanner to share it with y’all.

Never Cease To Amaze

I found this on my way to go for a boogie. I think it is about platonic love and admiration from one backpacker to another.

Read My Poems

As a high school teacher, I often find interesting things. I have the habit of picking up crumpled balls of notebook paper and unwrapping them to see what’s inside, before tossing them in the trash bin. Sometimes it’s trash, sometimes treasure. No one at school knows I am a found hound; otherwise I would suspect … Continued

Frineds

My old roommate found this in a parking lot not too far from a school. The face looks like a girl to me, so I imagine it’s just some random kid who got into your normal chick fight with her best “frined.”

Mr. Giraffe

I found this at the custom silkscreening shop I work at.

Life’s a Beach

I found this in a How-To Home Improvement book from the library. It was in the deck building section, just another place to have a party.