Death converts to life

Death converts to life

8 September 2018

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Highways will lead North

Where fog and sea surrender

Intimate lacing

 

Wish upon my bones

Call to the elders that know

Stories of caskets

 

Moonbeams grow shadows

Within heart of the meadows

Fairies live prancing

 

Hold my gaze to skies

Illuminate my bosom

Rose insulates me

 

Lightning bears a door

In between threads and the bolt

A crack reveals light

 

Invert destinies

Redress stories of duress

Death converts to life

 

Reading of the poem: 

Don’t let me down ft Daya – The Chainsmokers

Sometimes

Sometimes

3 October 2017

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Sometimes curse

Let it escape you

Profane lane

Pouring straight

Your arms around your body

Let bile deliver

 

Sometimes pray

Let it invade you

Cathedral

Sit steady

Your hands on knees folded tight

Rewinding the light

 

Sometimes Love

Let it surround you

Blooming rose

Colour filled

I’ll watch you as we sit thrilled

Our souls bodies stilled

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Distant God – Talvin Singh feat. Leone

Seven Notes – Talvin Singh

The Bliss – -Talvin Singh and Niladri Kumar

Second aquarelle

Second aquarelle

12 August 2017

Rose 1

This is my second aquarelle but with better material. The paper used is aquarelle paper and I finally bought a few aquarelle brushes instead of using my big acrylic brushes as I did in the previous painting.

I hope you like the result. The next will be with the alla prima technique and I guess a group of flowers or some landscape.

 

Rose 2

Moonlight Sonata – Beethoven

 

Fade away

Fade away

13 June 2017

George redhawk on huffington post fade

 

Light in dark

A token of hope

To instill

As we cope

The winding pathways now spelt

With intent strong felt

 

Innerved spots

Oozing through my pores

Inhaling

Lung flailing

The knowledge that the light stores

Tight forget me nots

 

Purple play

In the rising seeds

Uprooted

Fade away

Like gardener tends to weeds

Saves rose from decay

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Caravanserai – Karunesh

Goa Sunset –  Karunesh

Returning to Now – Karunesh

Blended illusion

Blended illusion

14 November 2016

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Three to one

Sorted confusion

Our limbs meet

Green hilltops

Slopes sliding through the morrows

Forged in the sorrows

 

Priest and nun

Thwarted diffusion

Our bones sweep

Blue graveyards

Where the look takes to the kill

Bodies lying still

 

Hopes are torn

When the children die

Pennies lie

Change wasted

The smiles on our mouth pasted

With gruesome dark glue

 

Blink I’m gone

Remnants of pieces

Skin hanging

Rose petals

Showering your pale body

As the sound subsides

 

Wild horse rides

Peaks of never more

Wave broken

On the shore

The hurt still throbbing and sore

Wrists red though uncut

 

The eyes shut

Blended illusion

Surging through

Blue temple

Your breath warm as I tremble

My way through your chest

 

Reading of the poem: 

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The Trees – Max Richter

The Tree the Beach the Sea – Max Richter

This Bitter Earth / On the Nature of Daylight  – Max Richter / Dinah Washington

Magnets of compass

Magnets of compass

11 August 2016

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I’ll see you

When summer will end

In landscapes

Of the fall

Into the river that shapes

Rooted trees grow tall

 

Blow the horn

Water lonely graves

Pick flowers

From the sands

Rose and crystal grow in lands

Of heavenly stance

 

Seize the chance

The shadows advise

The sun wise

Chooses soul

Relentless of free will’s pole

Magnets of compass

 

Reading of the poem: 

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See You Again – Mychael Danna

Lest you live as I would die

Lest you live as I would die

12 March 2016

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Hold the door

Its old hinges creak

Of lost time

They dare speak

Of slow walks in the moonlight

Of hope cloaked in sight

 

Hold the door

It tries to snap shut

Locking hurt

Deep within

Crushing rose petals that bloom

When sunlight drizzles

 

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Hold the door

It closes in tight

Reducing

Space of love

The chest caves in under might

Pressure of sorrow

 

Hold the door

It cuts through answers

To Questions

Lost inking

Connection’s tendrils sinking

Communication

 

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Hold the door

It would allow us

To glimpse light

Sea beyond

The nature of you and me

Sketched in wilderness

 

Hold the door

It is like coffin

Embalming

Pervading

Lest you live as I would die

Motionless, empty

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Come Heavy Sleep – John Dowland (Steven Rickards, counter-tenor Dorothy Linell, lute)

In darkness let me dwell – John Dowland (Andreas Scholl)

Flow my tears – John Dowland (Valeria Mignaco, soprano, Alfonso Marin Lute)

I saw my lady weep – John Dowland (Andreas Scholl)

In Darkness let me Dwell – John Dowland (Ellen Hargis, soprano; Jacob Heringman, lute; Mary Springfels, viol)

Come again – John Dowland (Paul Agnew, tenor, Christoper Wilson, Lute)

Weep you no more, sad fountains – John Dowland (Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano, Jakob Lindberg, lute)