Piet Mondrian. Broadway Boogie-Woogie. 1942-43Courtesy of Olga’s Gallery
© Sweepy Jean and Sweepy Jean Explores the (Webby) World, 2013
Art, NaPoWriMo 2013, Poetry
Clever. I had to go from an overall impression to a decision of whether to read it right to left, left to right up, down, etc. I think “jeer dart” is my favorite. I would classify (aren’t I stuffy?) this as a painting, tho, not a poem . . . But maybe if I heard you read/perform it?
Just last night I was talking to my cousin of poem fame about the connection between one art form and another. I’m glad this works visually for you. I like the “air” and “blocks.” The only other deliberate words there are “dear heart” and the rest are random combinations. I meant to replicate the sound but I wonder if the combos are strange enough to erase their meaning. A work in progress … Once I fix it I’d love to read it!
This, Adriene, is a wonderful word salad. LOVE it.
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