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“Poetry is what gets lost in translation.” ― Robert Frost.

Goddess of the Sea

Goddess of the Sea

Time: 3 hours and 26 minutes I painted this for a poem I wrote, but didn’t illustrate it until a competition came out in the local newspaper requesting a short story about the ocean and summertime. Considering I had been putting it off, I took the hint and got around to painting it 😉 You can read the poem below.   Snowball Earth: I am a child of summer, With salt on my skin, and a main of the sea….

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Confine

Confine

Poem, poem, Whisper not, What all those structured words forgot, But between you and I, What meaning holds? When silence fades, where words unfold? Their names, remembered; Timeless, old, Unique, impassioned, Bitter; Bold… And what dreams are glimpsed, Behind your eye? Where silence fades, and ravens cry? Where sun doth shine, And dreams implore; One to remember, their long lost lore? What shackles bind, and realms entrust? Such sacred things, subject to lust? Where rules and binding, strict, “refined”, These…

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