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these horrible cold days – but now sun sends some warm rays earlier to enlighten man´s environment to take him forward to more time by some forelock – what for?:

 

to let  beat his own heart aching in a container nearby?

–  to dismember his own wide streched visons?

to scatter his inborn dreams…

… to let them wind out to spotted reality?…

… or to flatten his dreams on glazed tiled surfaces?

– NO!

 

Kasim Akar:  his hand feeds a supplied function for polyethylene masterBatches – & my first inspiration to “patch”

his speed in feeding forms “the patch” too

what is a patch? – read & see on my website here:    ©

& to go further in information about see blog post: rhizome & patch

my aim today: to form the warm patch with hands in several minutes to bodies – NO – to let them burst to blossoms

–  to clear away all doubts about –
&  to baptize “the patches”  to further on so-called “art blossoms”

–  you soon will see more on this blog!

3 Comments

  1. I Initially read the poetry in txt form; I loved what you said, then when I logged onto your blog and saw the images I was enthralled as they truly unite with the words. I, being drawn to texture, found this an especially handsome work.

    • thank you for the “artblossoms”, dear Deb!- you may now see on top of the blog the latest developments…

  2. great

    I have a friend that is only work with plastic and garbage recuperation Is name goes by PRINCE OF PLASTIC should visit is website

    http://princeofplastic.com/


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