Posts Tagged ‘artist’

Such A Loss: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku Lament

November 19, 2017

Her hands made art, wrote/
words. Now they’ve taken who she/
*was, not all she’ll be.

*was and all she’d be.

Losing A Found Object Artist: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku Lament

February 8, 2017

It seemed tres’ fun to/
date a found-object artist,/
but then I lost her.Found object art bag - Feb 2017


Found Art in Sanpete: Romantic IMprov Haiku

November 8, 2016

It be words like these/
which tease my mind and make me/
wonder who she be.

Artistic Humility: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

October 19, 2016

They bring beauty, joy/
and light into our world, yet/
oft hide from our praise.Artistic humility: Springville Museum of Art opening night

You Make Me Weep: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse

November 19, 2014

How would it be to inspire men to weep, artist?How would it be/
to be/
an artist who makes/
people weep/
with the beauty/
you create?

What Is Art Dribble? Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 7, 2014

Art dribble in the corner, BYU Museum of ArtWhen artists dribble/
in corners under their work,/
is that also art?

Lone Artistas: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku

September 3, 2014

Springville Museum of Art garden fosters dreams of artistasArt deco gardens/
and pink sunsets foster dreams/
of lone artistas.

Remember Tiger Poetry And Sushi and Art: Romantic IMprov Haiku

November 15, 2013

Long ago I ate/
sushi and wrote a tiger/
poem about her. Da.

Impressive Impressionism: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

October 15, 2013

Red Chair Russian Impressionism painting by Emiliya Lane, NOAPS winnerIf it’s impressive,/
then does that make a painting/

A Creative’s Highest And Greatest Good: Revolutionary Email Sonnet

June 20, 2012

What is, as a creative,
my highest and greatest good?
Is it to feed the impoverished natives?
Or make their plight understood?

Or is it to elevate
the souls of men
with turns of phrases I create
which no one else will or can?

To lift, to raise ever higher
their feelings, joy and rapture?
To enlighten, move to action, and inspire
by seeing and saying what most can’t capture?

Isn’t this the creative’s highest call?
To observe and reveal grand visions to all?