Free

The caveman in me lives in the light now

Outside in the open and “free”

That’s what they tell me

I’m free now, free to be

Free to follow their rules and live by their laws

Free to be a piece of their chess game

Moved around where my potential can be harnessed

Where money can be made

Where someone wins and I always lose

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Carry Me Forward

When in the middle of the waters

You find yourself

Floating lightly in a deep blue sea

Don’t fear what is beneath you

Enjoy the good and wait for the answers to reveal themselves

For no one ever became heroic though panic and distress

Calm yourself, feel the waves run through you

Carrying you to where you are meant to be.

Inspiration

inspiration

The idea for this painting comes from yesterday’s song post: Terrapin Station.  Part of the lyrics say, “Inspiration, move me brightly.” I take the word brightly to mean happy or cheerful.  Sometimes art can be tolling for the artist, a lot of pain can be felt as the artist tries to produce his or her work. This line makes me think of the inspiration for art as a positive influence that moves a person to a better place, brighter and happier.

Loon

Loon Drawing

I sit alone in my dark room

Speak to no one ‘cept the loon

And in this lonely state of mine

I have nothing, save my mind.

I sit here waiting, pass the day

See only shadows rise then fall.

I think of nothing, only stare

For what’s the point if no one’s there.

Colorado

zine colorado

I had a vision

I saw the world change

And it has been so long.

Upon reflection

I saw roses

Springing up from my arms.

And drawn all over,

As with a paintbrush,

I was a picture

Of a creature unborn.

Unimagined the eyes oh the eyes

Were as bright as the sum of the sols.

 Projecting your sins in my song

You pray for me, the chosen one.

Close your eyes and shield the pain

For a human I am

Here to do God’s will.

Turn now.

Add life to your hour,

And like the grass of the fields

Dress you, self, in flowering arms.

Y Colorin’ Colorado

We turned into a mother—

Earth.