December 2020

all shadow,
this season—sky-rilled,
edged in ice–
with feathers of darkening–
hovering between

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32 responses to “December 2020”

  1. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Do you think you are going to have an unusually cold winter, Kerfe? Or is this how it is every year? YOu’ve captured the season of winter very well.

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    • memadtwo says :

      Thanks Robbie. The weather here now changes radically from week to week. I have no idea what to expect. But I’m sure there will be a few weeks of real winter somewhere along the way.


  2. Jacob says :

    Yes, for winter this certainly fits the bill.

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  3. merrildsmith says :

    “sky-rilled edged in ice” and “feathers of darkening.” I love that. A perfect and beautiful description of winter!

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  4. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    Shadowy but not dark – your poem like the collage pieced together with such delicacy

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  5. Suzanne says :

    It sounds cold! Hope you have a warm home.

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  6. Jane Dougherty says :

    The contrast between the white and the feathery black is so wintry. Sky-rilled is a lovely image, I agree.

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  7. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    A great poem with a beautiful collage, Marta. Too good.

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  8. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Beautiful, dark winter, Kerfe. I love this.

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  9. judeitakali says :

    Amazing art and deep poetry

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  10. Jill Kuhn says :

    Hi Kerfe, I’m curious how you painted your papers for your grids? And did you use rice paper? It is beautiful.

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    • memadtwo says :

      Thanks Jill. It’s actually the wax paper I use for monoprints. I use the same piece a few times so they end up with layers of colors and I’ve been saving them because I like the way they look. This is the first grid I’ve done with them this way, but I’ve used them before in strips woven with other paper.

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