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On stealing inspiration, and why I love museums

My features essay, “Art Heists for Art’s Sake,” is now up to kick off Issue 3 of the lovely UK literary journal, all the sins… 79 more words

Where She Stands

As she is standing in front of him, she is falling
into a sea of torment, a hypothetical abyss,

and having been so used to falling, 31 more words


Boy & Beast

Hi all! This is a short poem titled Boy and Beast; content wise it strays from my other writing, but this was inspired by a little bit of ekphrasis. 257 more words


In love.

Tummy flipping woozles, doozy,
dippy as a giddy kid
tripping over light beams, clouds;
they’re all silvered today.
Sky floating, I am
with sunny fingers reaching in… 96 more words


Haibun: Lake Life - ( 湖 生活 )

The art, no the scribbled drawing is my own, sketched using Windows paint, not really up to it, I do mean me, loads of practice sessions booked. 210 more words


#100Days100Poems Day 23

For today’s poem, I simply include the note from the poet herself:

The story behind this poem is two fold: First, it was in response to artist Jackson Pollock’s work ‘Untitled.

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while not looking

at Van Gogh’s sunflowers,

inside my thoughts

I find them—

large unruly bouquets,

torches of hope

and yellow