Tale Weaver 28: art & artist and Wordle #124

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My well-oiled feathers weep

With sparks of treason

And doubts enough

To cripple the world.

My inky tongue shoots

A filigree of stars

Into scarlet mouth holes

And eyes so wide

They split the seams.

*

The trees sway,

Full moon coarse

As a whetstone.

A vulture stirs

Wet bones closed

Within a sacrilegious beak.

Crunch Crunch

All is lost.

Crunch Crunch

The unlivable death

Begins and ends

With a collusion of flesh

And pockets wrung

Of meager content.

*

I envisioned this more as being consumed by the painting. I went with a very surreal approach as some paintings have very bizarre and multi-layered metaphorical imagery. I approached this like a dream where everything seen is a manifestation of some aspect of your psyche.

For

https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2015/08/27/tale-weaver-28-art-artist/

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14 responses to “Tale Weaver 28: art & artist and Wordle #124

  1. I like the idea of being consumed by a painting.
    I agree — surreal paintings go deep. Into a nightmare — yours and the artist.
    Bosch’s paintings immediately came to mind — depictions of being consumed in a Dali-like back drop.

  2. To fall into a painting – be consumed by it – whether in passionate interest – which is one thing, or by its own persuasion – which could be construed as a form of madness – well then – what seriously disturbing imagery and ideas here – Crunch Crunch – but I really enjoyed it!
    (Says volumes about me 😉 )

    Wonderful work of “art” Yves 😀

  3. The unlivable death Begins and ends
    With a collusion of flesh And pockets wrung
    Of meager content.

    Some are just unfortunate to be living in the unlivables with little or no money

    Hank

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