A Strange Beauty

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I consulted the Oracle with Colleen’s #Tanka Tuesday words–creepy and color.

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The Oracle is definitely tuned into World Weather.  The poetic form is etheree.

sky moans in
shadow music–
purple languages
of dreams drunk on black blues–
stormmist spraying chanted screams
on mad frantic whispering winds–
unrisen suns sleepwalking beneath
a moonless sea crying beauty and blood.

The art shows the underpainting on the left, and the finished painting photographed in two different lights, middle and right.

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This one is photographed with overhead light.

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34 responses to “A Strange Beauty”

  1. short-prose-fiction says :

    Gorgeous post! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. merrildsmith says :

    She knows everything! A perfect description, and it worked well with the etheree.

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  3. Colleen Chesebro says :

    Splendid Etheree! Your word choice is mystical and your art matches the tone of your poem. Pure magic. I love it! ❤

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  4. Evelyn Flint says :

    Beautiful art and words…

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  5. rivrvlogr says :

    Words and art capture those dark skies perfectly.

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  6. V.J. Knutson says :

    Beauty, for sure…not so strange.

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  7. Claudia McGill says :

    I feel like the circles are windows into another and very beautiful dimension.

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  8. Jane Dougherty says :

    Those final lines are beautiful and eerie! Yes, she was completely tuned in. When isn’t she? I really like that painting too, like a dark moon.

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  9. Janice says :

    A stunning change with the overhead light. The poem is stunning too, it was a double-take for me when I scrolled back and it sunk in that you were working within the boundaries offered by the Oracle.

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    • memadtwo says :

      Thanks Janice. I’m working with this iridescent watercolor that has so many dimensions. It’s challenging and also illuminating to make it work equally well in different lights. As to the Oracle…She is a force of nature all to Herself. (K)

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  10. Shuku Li says :

    Kerfe! This is absolutely beautiful, both poem and paintings! Shadow music and purple languages ❤

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  11. Vashti Q says :

    I love the frantic flow of your Etheree. It was as if it was building up to something. Very good! Loved the art too. They paired well together. 😀

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