Daveit Ferris – Origami Tsunami
This book is comprised of poems that were released as part of 365 Scribbles – a project by Daveit Ferris that took place from Jan 1 – Dec 31 2017.
Each download contains the book in .PDF format – alongside the artwork & and image scans of each poem handwritten.
stuck on a conveyor belt to hell
old skin – young mind
this fork in the road keeps destroying my tyres
teenager hiding places for cigarettes
movie trailer park
at walnut grove holding hands with gemma
punching above my weight
glass clouds drown themselves in rainwater
today i started to like myself
dishonest reviews of honest people
a mattress stuffed full of novels
mobile phones for static people
stupid stories overheard on public transport
shortcuts are rarely worth taking
on a diet of fruit and anger
the passion. the courage. the conviction.
electric windows have a taste for trapped limbs
i imagine handrails when i’ve been drinking
my landlord is the worst person i know
maximum ease and minimum fuss
tonight i chose mouthwash over tequila [although they taste the same]
there is nothing left to lose
thunderstorms as background music
i was a cactus when you needed a rose
clone my mind and inject it into someone beautiful
receiving my last rites
- One Poetry book in .PDF format.
- Handwritten Poem Scans
- Book Artwork