Although it evokes the senses through language, poetry typically doesn’t  often stimulate the reader’s sensory organs—save some passive  recognition by the eyes and, occasionally, ears. Poet Stephanie Barber,  however, has found a way to craft verse that tickles your feet and  delights the eyes, nose, and mind. Barber writes her poetry with grass. Keep reading …

Although it evokes the senses through language, poetry typically doesn’t often stimulate the reader’s sensory organs—save some passive recognition by the eyes and, occasionally, ears. Poet Stephanie Barber, however, has found a way to craft verse that tickles your feet and delights the eyes, nose, and mind. Barber writes her poetry with grass. Keep reading …