Stories in my head #poetry

spillway of imagination words turbulent and frenzied the hero anxious in the wings  villain threatens with aplomb a hushed sense of what’s next blood and tears fall innocence fleas the shadowed way a woman saves the day the sun rises all is well time  is small in my hand I brandish my weapon  pen cuts through the […]

Childhood Memories #atozchallenge

color in the memories painful black and white  reality is so cold mix the paint makes it right swirl acrylic round and round covers the hurt helps lost to be found color in the memories no more black and white cover the memories it’ll be alright *** I’ve worked with enough children who were abused, […]

Monet and Poplars #haiku #art

  Gathering my thoughts my paints loathe to follow poplar dreams * sky color palette cloud influenced impression Monet found * canvas dry I miss my poplar print no more tears   Monet influenced so many writers and artists and continues to do so. The Carpe Diem prompt is “Poplars”

Study of the artist #art #painting #poetry

  The artist’s eye capturing color creating a smile * what does he display palette and paint life to portray ** a story he is writing with strokes of  a brush others he’s inviting   I have been around artists all of my life. They are an unusual breed. Some like to be in the […]

Living Art #photography #poetry

Entering the portico I am greeted with buzzing bees a chorus written on my behalf sung by the local cheep choir once tended, the garden is alive with color the old oak door opens to a living gallery each painting familiar smiling eyes look at me flowers beckon for my approval the easel creaks a […]

Life’s Canvas #art #poetry #photography

Her art took on a new beauty rust etched the background creating a sepia contrast red, ochre, black ground and mixed  embedded under her nails each brush an ally each painting a well-known friend  pochade box hinges creaked suffering its own form of arthritis and she the master of life’s canvas still Laurie Kolp’s prompt […]

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