Category Archive: Christine Swint

the little robot who couldn't

Christine Swint supplied the words to an image by Mikey G Ottawa for our second contest (compare Amy Elizabeth Thompson’s take on the same image). Christine used the free online photo editing tool… Continue reading

rolling stone's mouth

Christine Swint’s second winning submission for our September contest was written in response to Fernando de Sousa’s untitled photo of the Docklands, Melbourne. She thought the guard rail looked like the Rolling Stones’… Continue reading

aerosol can man

Christine Swint created this poetry postcard for our September contest with a photo by Fernando de Sousa. (Compare with Rethabile Masilo’s postcard “the second day,” which used the same photo.)

666

Christine Swint created this postcard with an image by Fernando de Sousa, also called “666.” The beginning of her poem refers to the Bob Marley song, “Three Little Birds.”

dream series ii, downtown atlanta

Christine Swint created this poetry postcard. She adds this background: The lines from this poem come from a dream I had in February. The photo is of a marginalized neighborhood in downtown Atlanta.

bricks

Christine Swint wrote this poem on top of a picture she took in downtown Atlanta.

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