Day: August 7, 2019

No beginning and no end

There is no accident, just as there is no beginning and no end. – Jackson Pollock There is no accident, just as there is no beginning and no end Just as there is no beginning there is no end and no accident. Just as there is no accident there is no end and no beginning.…

The Inevitability of Death

Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
Source I’ve been thinking of death a lot, and I am amazed by its inevitability, frightened, as we all are, of the totally unknown, and yet feel a long sleep is somehow earned by those of us who live on the edge.- Jackson Pollock I’ve been thinking of death a…

Beginnings

sunshine beams caress a dewy hello at dawn yet, another day In Other Words – hello Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge #139 – Poet’s Choice my other blog, PoemsNSuch -Eugenia featured image – Pexels

BrewNSpew Café August 5- 2019– Silhouette

Originally posted on Keep it alive:
The crime of death Of betrayal and treachery Has a distorted, twisted silhouette And long shadows with grotesque shapes But they are oblivious to it Not only blind but deprived of all senses Which if alive would have alerted them To the unholy stench arising from it The crime…

Invented Poetry Forms – The Pollock

Originally posted on Paul's Poetry Playground:
The Pollock is a rather obscure and fairly eccentric poetry form invented by poet and art critic John Yau to pay tribute to the American abstract expressionist painter Jackson Pollock. It is a fourteen-line poem with the rather unusual requirement that the first line must be a quotation…