POIESIS

poesis

From Greek – This word, the root of our modern “poetry”, was first a verb an action that transforms and continues the world.

Could our intimate  ambiguity, inconstancy, violence be respected as a life force condition?

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  1. ORIGAMI SCULPTURE

    From the depths of her womb
    emerges a poem of the soul…
    Paper wings,
    and feathered words
    cruising the winds of the world!

    Oh, listen…
    Can you hear her silent lovin’?
    Ever so clear,
    the spirit of the bird is molding her hips…
    Eloquently,
    multifaceted,
    feminine…

    Artisan hands of this vessel:
    I choose to ride the skies in your presence

    Take a seat
    and take the flight
    in the malleable matters
    of love and life

  2. fluttering, faltering
    it fancies one last act

    the bird plucked bare
    dives for the boiling broth
    tender flesh in seasoned pot

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