Hanging On

Hanging On

wings wide and opened
hanging on the branch
a muse of color

inhales, exhales
soft sounds
breathe

nature’s fragile birth
seeks a safe place to open
the creative realm

Working on the book, Food for Thought, I’ve broken it down to three sections. The first are images and poetry of stillness, the second are of beauty and the third are symbolic of grace. It aligns with both my art and writing.

Facing the work, writing the book, painting from my soul, shaping words into poems expressive of the art deepens me. It nourishes and fulfills something, perhaps the life long yearning. The yearning to express, to create, to feel, to explore, to awaken, to listen from the heart, to touch through inspiration–all things that make me want to be here. Here with all the complexity and varying degrees of texture, color, sound and image expressing through me.

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~ by Genece Hamby on January 20, 2008.

4 Responses to “Hanging On”

  1. Love the painting – love the haiku! Both embrace the brilliance of each day as a gift of grace and life!

  2. Oooh, lovely image. And the words, too. A delightful mix.

    Vi

  3. Your words express the beauty and the wonder-filled sense of your thoughts and picture…gorgeous.

  4. This is wonderful – I would love to travel, all night, through my dreams.
    Patricia

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