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Outside the Lines

~ an EWK Poe’em   ©2017 EWK

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Bonsai

~ an EWK Poe’em   ©2017 EWK

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First Kiss

Waiting for creative inspiration to come is sort of like being a shy boy and waiting for your first kiss. ~ Make eye contact despite your fears reach out express your feelings and don’t worry if it makes you blush.

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inspired

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Emotion Contained

Just suppose we were to ask a sculptor; “what the clay knows”?, or ask a musician; “what the notes know”?, or the painter; “what the brush knows”? The tools of the artist; yield to a part of the work, in

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Solemn Autumn

Crisp, crushed, chaotic leaves, fallen. My steps taken, trodden. My feet; the mortar’s pestle, solemn. Kaleidoscope of abstract art, autumn. Nature’s unframed canvas; so infinite, calling. ~ an EWK ‘work-in-progress’ Poe’em   ©2016 EWK

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RGB

RGB Primary Colors of three. Draw a line And let it be Colored with life, Drawn by hand, from me. A graceful curve Splotches of sheen A shadow’s darkened cast, Brief glimpses of my own mystery. Blank pages achingly beckon

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Haiku’s verse, restrained. Limerick’s phrase entertains! Poetic freedoms. ~ an EWK 5:7:5 Haiku Poe’em   ©2016 EWK

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A Pale Pose

• A Pale Pose Fleshy Cocoon Translucent Disclosure Ethereal Placidity Porcelain   Embracement Sculptured Repose Etched As Is • ~ an EWK Syllabic Sequence Poe’em   ©2016 EWK / Photo from Pixabay // Image enhancements by Eric W. Killip /// Syllabic structure

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Commonly Subdued

Stanza lines of five Subtle meanings are imbued — Tanka poetry. Phrasing rhythms correlate Context; commonly subdued. ~ an EWK Tanka Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (inspired by poetic traditions and histories)

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If Only You Ask

From all directions and points of view, I hear a voice calling and drawing me too. I find courage, I find a source, I dare to run another course. Maybe because of inner tears, I dare of wonder, I care

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An Origami Kind of Love

It was an Origami kind of love. All folds and creases. In all the right places. We were two sheets of paper held together in a honorable pattern of texture, forms and color. The makers’ hands created our shapes as

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Poetry is Sculpture

Words carry a weight, have a shape, enclose a volume of visual/emotional substance and produce a gravitational balance of complex maneuvers when skillfully formed within poetic verse. WEAVE words • REVEAL rhymes Expressive poetry evolves the direction of rhyming paths,

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