BTT #4.2. How the Artist Considered the Tulip.

How the Artist considered the Tulip It seems strange, She did not paint The voluptuous velvet shell, Nor did she trace The fimbriated lines Of delicate leaves Weaving in suspended air. Rather, She dared to pierce With her brush Into the very center Of the beautiful creature, Where muddy loam Mixed with sunlight laden rain …

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BTT#30: A Question for Little Things (Ars Poetica)

­ A Question for Little Things (Ars Poetica) ­ I rise each year on a Dark March morning To descend steeply down the Trail treading steady Between still sleeping leafless Trees to wrap my Own first breath of Spring In a green blanket of Southern bluebells Draped across black soil of The muddy sinks where the …

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