This is the official blog of Northern Arizona slam poet Christopher Fox Graham. Begun in 2002, and transferred to blogspot in 2006, FoxTheBlog has recorded more than 423,000 hits since 2009. This blog cover's Graham's poetry, the Arizona poetry slam community and offers tips for slam poets from sources around the Internet. Read CFG's full biography here. Looking for just that one poem? You know the one ... click here to find it.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Sarrah Countdown #6


We wanted wandered into an abandoned elementary school in a defunct U.S. Air Force base that is now a ghost town. This way the gym.


On our first day at my uncle's ranch in Paradise Valley, we played in the hay shed.


Driving long hauls is a must in Montana, the fourth-largest state in the United States. Sarrah passed the time by making money.


Sarrah was trying to find a way to shoot an open window in my grandmother's barn south of Opheim, Montana.


This is my favorite photograph of Sarrah. She is the same height and build as my grandmother was at this age. It's almost like looking back through time to see my grandmother in 20s, with five (not yet seven) kids in tow. Danielle Gervasio considers this photo to be reminiscent of a Johannes Vermeer painting.

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