Friday, May 3, 2013

Passion - Reading Van Gogh 12: Still Life

12. Still Life

In the absence of light
vision, traveled through
an unshaded path
captured the moment - when
time froze
into a few
simple
life
forms



Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Passion - Reading Van Gogh 11: Meadow in the Garden of the Asylum


11. Meadow in the Garden of the Asylum

Creeping on stony ground, grasses
stretch their bony fingers
stubbornly
absorb life
through
every bit of
green




Passion - Reading Van Gogh 10: A Pair of Muddy Shoes


10. A Pair of Muddy Shoes

The broken heart
was buried beneath
a pair of muddy shoes, yet
passion survived ---
with the vibrantly captured
contrast, love
shines
through
every flash of
dazzling
high-
lights




Monday, April 29, 2013

Passion - Reading Van Gogh 9: White Orchard


9. White Orchard

Posed in gentle breeze of April
Cherry trees are ready
for a passionate mind
to immortalize
their white
chaste
blossom




Passion - Reading Van Gogh 8: A Southern Village


8. A Southern Village

Painting a southern village
with a pristine
vision
is like experiencing
a love affair
with the heat
of the Sun - which
melts every
single subject matter
into
ecstatic
oblivion




Passion - Reading Van Gogh 7: Temporary Peace


7. Temporary Peace

The shadows of trees
are created
with a few
random brushstrokes of
purple, in which
passion
temporarily
rests ---

under the blue sky
silent field
interprets summer
with simple
green








Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (31. The Book of History)

31. The Book of History

As the Book of History
flipped in a reversed direction
the background of an ancient castle
blended voluntarily
into the modern color
spectrum



Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (30. Strangers)

30. Strangers

Are we all passing through life
as unique symbols, unable 
to be connected? 
Or, do we feel the connection
with each others, even
with the remotest
strangers?
Oh, strangers ---
tanned by oriental Sun
come along
with reversed colors tone
attract our deepest
intimacy
with mighty
charm ---
yes, we
do
belong




Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (29. A Colorful Palace)

29. A Colorful Palace

After children
finished building
a colorful palace
its imaginary stairway
immediately
connected our vision
to a once invisible
world, that is composed of
unlimited
dimensions





Saturday, January 5, 2013

Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (28. My Secret Garden)

28. My Secret Garden

My secret garden
is a collection of
exotic myths
with all obscurity
exposed to
the puzzled gaze of
day-
light



Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (27. Childishness)

27. Childishness

Childishness
is a bucket of colorful paint
splashes its
uncertainty
on the ground
hence it flows a random path
all by itself
eventually joins
the brilliance of
Sun -
rays



Abstract - Reading Paul klee (26. The Question Mark)

26. The Question Mark

Obviously, a question-mark-shaped ear
was painted on the wrong side of the face
that's why we've never been able to open
the Book of Answers
forever trapped inside
a single dimension of
unknown


Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (25 Winter)

25. Winter

Winter
landscape becomes colorless
but inside a colorful mind
thoughts come and go
busy making a mosaic of
never-fading
Summertime