Art Illustration + Poems

Lou Land

Rainwater
ambrosial liquid
soaking the perlite soilโ€”
filling the ancient underworlds veins
of fire, with celadon still life beads

Slick cellophane in Lou’s waters
spanish moss shelters,
shamanic whispers,
weaving a wheel to rise the flames
to rejuvenate the scarlet scarred hearts and sundial those eyes,
that once streaked and
swiveled the stars;
in a half destroyed ocean yard

Art and Poem: NaRa

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Goodbye, Leonard

He inspired the depths of so many artists and empathize with so many downhearted. Made us soar with new understandings of the conditions of the heart.

This week so much was lost. I’ve felt like my whole being has hit rock face and I’m slowly sliding down…granite by granite imbedded…this is what I’ve gained .

Heartache weighs you down but this is what expected when you full of desires and love. It all fades eventually, but I believe the memory can be everlasting because memories don’t have to change.

Thank you Leonard Cohen, for your voice and what you shared with the ones that were listening.

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