Thursday, April 9, 2009

Portrait of a Mystery / Unraveling (Sunday Scribblings)


30x42 cm - charcoal/paint

29x17 cm - marker on paper

As life craws up to itself
And trees shed their leaves
As flowers unfold
And planets orbit the skies

There is something that unites us all to be
Inseparable

-
Scary are the deeper realms of one’s mind
To immerse within the depths of the psyche
And try to understand the world being
To courageously let go
Of well-rooted fears
And confidently pronounce
Embedded in nature
“Life is”

Not as easy as it sounds

-
More poems on Sunday Scribblings

15 comments:

pollicino said...

I have visited your very interesting blog.Do You want visit the my blogs for an exchange visit?Grazie.
http://internapoli-city.blogspot.com

Rinkly Rimes said...

I admire people who can both write and paint!

anthonynorth said...

Very true words and mysterious pics.

Find all the prompt site news on my blog.

MichaelO said...

So true! What is fear, other than a manifestation of our own thoughts and consciousness? Often hard to go there. Harder still to admit your weaknesses. Very insightful!

Understanding Alice said...

a good take on the subject i thought, thank you

floreta said...

infinite!

i like that: life is.

i like that you seem to reject fear with this poetry/response to the prompt.

americanising desi said...

a rare combo... your mysteriousness and expression is amazing

http://eternitycallsus.blogspot.com/2009/04/i-am-scared.html

keiths ramblings said...

Words and pictures - perfect.

gautami tripathy said...

The second stanza is wonderful. Beautiful write!

as discussed in a writer's workshop

Tumblewords: said...

Oh, indeed it IS. Good post!

Gilson said...

I truly appreciate everyone’s kind comments. Thank you!

Asma Ahsan said...

Hi - The first image is very cool - its a perfect symmetry!

You are so right in the poem - Life is not easy at all...

lilian almeida said...

adorei as fotos psicodelicas hehe bju xau

Meryl said...

"...There is something that unites us all to be inseparable...."
I feel your presence today, my friend.

Gilson said...

Thank you Meryl, I feel kindred as well.