Alexis Pena Goco
Biography of Alexis Pena Goco
Six Places - A Collection of Six Poems - Volume One is an intimate portrait of separation and confrontational self awareness. This is a poetry art book; included are colorful illustrations and digital images composed by the author. Also included are the fine art photography works of Michel Demanche, complimenting the poetry and bringing this published work to a new level of artistry.
This is a hard-to-find item.
Written in 2006/Published in 2007, re-released in 2008 with Michel Demanche
I have been keeping a journal since a very young age which has evolved into writing poetry. I organize my personal life so that writing and creating is part of my daily life. I am inspired foremost by music, film, romance, loneliness, and the dark arts. When I imagine vivid images in my mind, I am motivated to write about it. During the creative process when I paint or draw a picture - I am ignited to write.
Some of my major influences are Lourdes Pena Goco - my mom, Robert Henri, Lotte Lehmann, Betty Edwards.
Six Places - A Collection of Six Poems - Volume One
(Six untitled poems) is now also available as an audio poetry book, beautifully mastered in dolby stereo. A narrative recital of the Six Places poems accompanied in music by Kevin Macleod. This storylike collection of poems is a serenata of song that will ritually perform for the listener.
Other poems available here are also featured in audio and anthology publications(Beautiful Poem, Key to Cease, Never Look Up, aka Ms. Placed, Cigarettes, Crossdressing and Song-Poems)
Alexis Pena Goco Poems
(untitled) From 'six Places'
your presence was like the sky, delicate in its intent and tenuously present or like a shadow that followed me everywhere, discomforting in reproach noticing fixedly my faults,
Public Apology In F Minor
Cigarettes, Crossdressing, And Song Poem...
Oh song shark - though thong, dark rubber leggings beseech you, marked-cover beddings beneath me; Inhales and exhales
Lucifer (Part One)
Assemblage of immorality a series of my low self esteem congregating from the past For shame! My regrettable truths
Aka Ms. Placed
I dialled your number and called you about an hour ago it appeared to me that you were not interested in answering I was glad that you did and we got to talk
Six Places (Poem One)
you arrived at the door how becoming it was of you, arriving so timely hurriedly devoured the reflection
1) Momma, daddy I love you too much Pappy's happy
at times I burn the cinderblock to rhyme or mime a nice pile of burnt cinder as shavings I keep in a sack 'n' lock
Magus Magi (Gift Of The Magi)
(use of famous quoutation[s] within poetry) Here I sit booked and waiting I recall your voices and remember
I love you too much
I'd die with no luck
the way you treat me
I say you beat me
but in the end