SPOKEN/WORD: “The Cold Visitor” by Bobby Lee Messer

The autumn leaves brighten the rolling hills with a kaleidoscope of colors. Yet in the wings of all such beauty awaits The Cold Visitor. Watching. Waiting. Always present. | A Spoken Word multimedia performance of an original work by Bobby Lee Messer. | Words, footage and video editing by Bobby Lee Messer

VIDEO READINGS| “Terracotta Tile,” a prompted tale by Connie Kinsey: july6.2020: “He was rage and she was ennui.  She picked up her glass and took a sip. The wine tasted bitter.  She couldn’t remember when he had last been happy. He stood in front of her.  Silent, but radiating a need to speak. “What?” she said softly.

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