reflected into a corner

Poem #143 from a series of poems drawn from the imagination and collected as: a Bachelard reverie. Back to Bachelard and me – Introduction the mirror is watching from a corner of the room I can see reflections but the mirror sees what’s real then turns it back to me opposite is the same inverted the … Continue reading reflected into a corner

notes on hope and redemption: #1 – addictive hope

Poem #26 from a second series of meditations titled: the Pilgrim (2) Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction the fundamental nature of hope pilgrim is both narcotic and human the one attracts fascinates absorbs pre-occupies the other yearns desires returns repeatedly to sip from the cup no matter that sweet transforms to bitter it is … Continue reading notes on hope and redemption: #1 – addictive hope

caught you almost out loud (café artist)

I am the painter I will dash you down in a sketch in blue scrawled upon a page sitting with a strong flat white talking to a friend I will draw your streaking hair crow wrinkles at your eyes sickle moons creasing your mouth serious talk serious look serious eyes a little sunken a little … Continue reading caught you almost out loud (café artist)

new year doorway

Poem #25 from a second series of meditations titled: the Pilgrim (2) Back to the Pilgrim – Introduction what is the significance pilgrim of a year ending if a year is simply a circling around the sun how is that of relevance to you is yours a celestial journey transported by a turning earth through … Continue reading new year doorway

Ayam the Baker’s second loaf

the second loaf of Ayam the baker rose as high as the clouds drew low the first loaf was as golden as the sunshine but the second was twice as tall the second loaf towered filled with grains and with whole flour yes the second loaf baked by Ayam the baker that one towered above … Continue reading Ayam the Baker’s second loaf