Constellated

bull comp

Your own
image scattered
the points shine like a star
caught in the branches of a tree
turning

I only had to add a few lines to this monoprint/drip painting.

The poem uses the words from the secret keeper’s writing prompt this week.
OWN | TURN | SHINE | TREE | STAR

I have to admit to stealing the word “constellated” from a Charles Olson poem.Β  Over all, I’m not that fond of his work, but there are words, sentences, and phrases that always stand out.

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25 responses to “Constellated”

  1. 10000hoursleft says :

    I love the poem and image. When looking at the prompt words lined up i imagined them coming alive and rearranging themselves into your poem 😊

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  2. merrildsmith says :

    I like this very much. Constellated is a great word! It all goes flows together so well–words and images.

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  3. Laura (Createarteveryday) says :

    Wow, that is a great word. I can’t help but see a deer, a little doe, looking out from your painting. So gentle and sweet! Probably unintended but there you are ! πŸ’œ

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  4. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    The whole thing is wonderful!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Great use of the prompts to create a sublime poem.

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  6. Charlie O'Shields (doodlewash) says :

    Fabulous words…love the poem. And the drips are wonderful. Always seem to land in the right spot to reveal something awesome!

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Jodi says :

    Lovely! I see my sweet charlie in the painting πŸ™‚ Ok – yes – it’s been a long day -and I am tiring fast LOL! πŸ™‚

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  8. artandmoondreams says :

    Like reading stories in the stars, beautiful drip painting and verse, allows the imagination to spin tales of magic.

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  9. memadtwo says :

    Nice monoprinting!

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