Posts Tagged ‘art museum’

Hidden Art At The Museum: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

February 16, 2017

Hidden art on a flagpole, Springville Museum of Art, Feb. 2017Keep your eyes open/
at Art Museums. You may/
not know what you’ll miss.


When The Art Museum Is Empty, It’s Enough: Revolutionary Email Sonnet

November 30, 2016

When the art museum is empty,
and its gifts are mine to own,
I wander through halls of beauty
and ponder being alone.

Surrounded by creativity
and others’ visionary views,
I think in artistic silence
and dance solo with the Muse.

My heart is never heavy
as I view creation’s light,
where each unique gallery
helps set my world aright.

Would it be better to have someone else near?
Perhaps. But tonight, it’s just me who’s here.

Poetry In An Art Museum: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

March 26, 2014

People can talk in/
Temples. *They may whisper or/
speak. It’s all worship.

…*They may whisper, speak,/
sing. All is worship.

Where She Lay At The Museum: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

February 25, 2014

Where she lay at the museumThis is where she lay./
She left her impression, like/
art, on me as well.

What Is Art? At London’s Tanks: Revolutionary Haiku

August 5, 2012

My Wall Posting Answer To The Question at London's Tanks Art Museum: What Is Art?When I stand up and/
proclaim, in my soul’s words, thoughts,/
I am become Art.

More Than Art At Museums: Revolutionary Email Haiku

April 9, 2011

Standing in the halls/
of dimly-lit museums,/
she was more than art.