Alice’s Hole

Poetry by Lola Gentry-Dey. All rights reserved. Inhabited between wild things, wonderful things, Who Am I? No longer a main priority, no longer stapled to a better forever determining worth and future. I Am the problems I’m not letting go of. I Am the energy and struggle to do better in this Magical universe, reincarnate…Read more »

Come Visit

Photography by Lola Gentry-Dey. All rights reserved. The other day I found a treasure of old photos, some of my old blog posts I’d saved on Microsoft Word, and a plethora of unfinished poetry. Since then, I’ve been rescuing my blog posts and adding them to my site. I deleted those old posts years ago…Read more »

The Poet

Poetry by Lola Gentry-Dey. All rights reserved. The boy who lost his mother gnarled like a bear— tough bear he. But away from the bestial he had softness in his eyes— they laughed even when he and his words were sharp and sometimes ambiguous. He showed the plumpness of his belly to his closest friends…Read more »