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Found several years ago at Volcanoe House at the top of the volcano on the big island of Hawaii

I found this on a scrap of paper, by a local artist in that early Hawaii community. It had no title, but I had it done in calligraphy and framed. It goes deep each time I read it.


You are a part of all that you have wrought,
Your work in muted silence caught
the fire and fineness of your making
the blood of your creating
You are the maker mirrored in the star you sight-
the poet taught in imagery, the artist fraught with light.
Only you can alter matter,
carve terrain in your own design;
only you can forge a being new, a point of view.
You see the semblance of the world you've wound
to worlds you bear within,
the symmetry
of lines you've bound
with the structures in your mind
You sense a silence vaster than the sphere you're in
when, face to face with what you've found,
you see the truth you can't pursue:
you're face to face with you.
Jane Dixon-Volcanoe, 1977

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Reflections at Dawn by Phyllis McGinley

Started by Kelly Ames Smith. Last reply by Pat Mc Mahon May 9, 2010. 5 Replies

Sitka Open House

Started by Liz Witham - filmmaker. Last reply by Andrea Kreuzhage May 4, 2009. 1 Reply

Web 2.0 Playtime

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Comment by Pat Mc Mahon on January 19, 2010 at 3:54am
This is beautiful....is Eric Bibb, Leon Bibb's son?
Comment by Pat Mc Mahon on December 10, 2009 at 8:17pm
This is a poem I wrote about the way creative energy strikes me.............
Creation:
Abstraction
Reaction
Refraction
Retraction
Abstraction
Creative ideas come out of nowhere(Abstraction), how we express them (Reaction), how we step back and judge, critique, evaluate (Refraction), then we release the work of creativity (Retraction), and the process starts again, going back to nothingness (Abstraction).
Comment by Pat Mc Mahon on November 25, 2009 at 4:55pm
Kelly, I am sure that the light you see in your children's eyes is all the brighter from the reflection of the light streaming from your own eyes.........
Comment by Pat Mc Mahon on November 25, 2009 at 4:52pm
Kristen, I love your poem........
"Answering Machine" post makes me think of all the people who say "Happy Holidays" to an answering machine.....
Comment by Kelly Ames Smith on November 25, 2009 at 10:21am
The light that comes from the eyes of a child
who sees his mother after they have been separated by
the time and distance of travel
is the embodiment of the Perfect Light of Divine Love.
Comment by Kristin Greenfelder on November 25, 2009 at 7:03am
Tears are prisms
that fracture our focus,
lend understanding to nature
and enable us the view
the beauty in a light
we would have otherwise
taken for granted.
- Me
Comment by Pat Mc Mahon on November 24, 2009 at 2:33pm
Okay folks, beautiful work here....ALL of it! No fair comparing yourself to ANYONE else! Does a rose compete with an orchid? Sheesh, you guys!
Comment by Kristin Greenfelder on November 12, 2009 at 12:29am
I have to tell you. I saw something so incredibly beautiful it made me lose an hour. An ant was toting the wing of a dragonfly. The feast alone was 7 times the size of the trooper. Here's the kicker. It was in a minute of a Tucson sunrise. Harsh light there. The shadow was exaggerated. Exquisite. The only soft thing in the picture.

So.....I propose a challenge. Since I'm too dense to charge a camera battery, and have only what I've described here. Let's see what we each produce from that description and see what we draw from the idea! Fun, no?
Comment by Kristin Greenfelder on November 12, 2009 at 12:20am
Still navigating this site, but I can be found on artwanted. com

Kristin Greenfelder.

I have nothing as impressive to show as I see here. Beautiful work...love to see it. Keep on, people!
Comment by Kelly Ames Smith on November 2, 2009 at 6:57pm
Great great! have not seen one yet on the streets but magical.
 

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Reflections at Dawn by Phyllis McGinley

Started by Kelly Ames Smith. Last reply by Pat Mc Mahon May 9, 2010. 5 Replies

Sitka Open House

Started by Liz Witham - filmmaker. Last reply by Andrea Kreuzhage May 4, 2009. 1 Reply

Web 2.0 Playtime

Started by Andrea Kreuzhage. Last reply by Andrea Kreuzhage May 3, 2009. 27 Replies

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