Thoughts, Poetry, Events

Poetry “Watercolor”

Watercoloring I will attempt to describe Is an art of painting With Sight Planning ahead Holding the white Protecting its place Holdings it’s lines Water so important It makes the art alive Colors turns to puddles Sprays, and surprise Pooling in places Led for awhile Drying like snowflakes Crystal smiles Mistakes are dabbed with cotton Patience is needed Blended intended …

Poetry “Wail”

Wail, a prolonged High pitch cry Of pain, grief, or anger Wail, I wail Again at this place I know it well Salt on face Mascara smeared Quick to recall The past years yowls The howls, moans, groans The pain the darkness Yet Lord you lift my sore neck You bring to mind victory Valiant saints, genuine friends Prayer filled …

Poetry “Majesty Unveils”

Holy One Radiant Beautiful infinite The Sight that, Makes sore eyes The Sight that, Brings souls flight Edges glow Leaves illuminate The sun rises Golden butter Melting on the horizon Sweetness, glow Churning from one day To the next Effortless, brilliance manifest Path or perfect arch Trail drawn in detail Warmth, Delight, Sight Daytime sings before night Sun low clouds …

Poetry “Bow”

Why do we not bow? Have we forgotten our place Nose to dirt, knees collapsed Arms out spread, eyes spilling From dirt we are made We lie down in its place To humble myself before you To be bent like a bow and arrow May I be flexible Father For the work given me Bind me from one end to ...

Poetry “Gallery in Air”

The sky is a daily exhibit of your might, ever changing from dawn till night. The vastness of color, the brilliance of light, is moving, reassuring a true delight. The speck of me the canvas of you. I am but a dot a stroke or two. Of your masterful hand that composes with care. That billows the clouds and inserts …

Poetry “Beauty Laced”

Hunt for treasure For beauty, for pleasure Think of what’s lovely and pure Search the sidewalk curbs Grey sky’s grey ground Not much to be found Then I spot a green dot A bud of Life spring caught Continue on the weathered path Sift through garbage and trash Doors of copper shed their skin Knobs of mint blend in Bicycles …

Poetry “Songs”

Song Chirping robins have not left Nestled in for winter rest Home of berries, bark assortment Happy hybrid home apartment Neighbors to acorn piles Squatters on pine smiles Plump from thanksgiving Plumes ample, no shivering Bright beak, carrot on the snowman Nests weaved like wreaths, and overflowing fountains Celebration songs, all winter long Chimes cheerfully chirping Delight in day, delight …

Solo Exhibit

News: I will be hosting a solo Exhibit on August 17, 6:30-8:30 at 16. N Peoria Chicago Illinois. See flyer for details!

Award Light Space and Time

News: West Loop Reflections won a special recognition award out of 1500 Submissions! https://www.lightspacetime.art/555-special-2018-art-exhibition-photography-category