Category Archives: The Arts and Culture

Beltane and Glastonbury

Amassing at the Market Cross in the summer rain Pok the Bard who labours hard With his  beautiful refrain of all the glorious couplets bringing magic to the fore such lavish prodigality from Pok the Troubador expressed with intuition deep … Continue reading

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Mucha

He was born on a Tuesday The fourteenth of July In the year 1860 A Leo and high In the echalons really Of the art nouveau From the Austrian Empire Was where he did grow Up, he was quick to … Continue reading

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Mary Borgstrom

A potter and an Artist A need to excavate A mindful glimpse through history A medieval gait To primitive beginnings The Bygone forgotten days Retroactive thinking And all the many ways She was part of Nature Respecting each event An … Continue reading

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YAYOI KUSAMA

Who she is And what she feels With her art Now she reveals A disorder maybe so But clearly she Goes with the flow Its her virtuality Her potentiality Her heart and soul Her backbone too Her mood her spirit … Continue reading

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