Avant-magoria #13: The Raspy Tarot Cards Saw Death taking apart Inspiration and reassembling it into a Gargantuan Light

 

The only way your
soul will ignite –
is if you press
your ear against
curiosities chest.

 

  • Note: Resa & I, Collaborated. I gave her permission to use my words
    and she painted them
    at the door. She did an incredible job,
    brought hope, creativity, & heart to the community in Canada.
    Thank you so much Resa.

    You are an inspiration to me and everyone here at WordPress.
    Much respect and bless you a million. πŸ™‚

Please visit her Website – She takes the most amazing photography of Street Art.

https://graffitiluxandmurals.com/

 

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83 thoughts on “Avant-magoria #13: The Raspy Tarot Cards Saw Death taking apart Inspiration and reassembling it into a Gargantuan Light

    1. Thank you, Bojana. πŸ™‚

      This was done a while back. She decided that we both do something about the door. And I gave her my permission to use my words and painted it in her own unique style. It worked out fabulously.

      If you go on ‘Instagram’ search and type in: #charliezero it’s pop up as 18 posts, click and you’ll see few people have taken photos of the art word.

    1. Thank you, Dale.

      This is the poem that started it all with every micro poem that I have been posting.

      I owe everything to this poem and to Resa for collaborating on panting my words on the door and bringing hope to the community in Canada.

      There’s a few people on ‘Instagram’ who have taken pictures of the door and hashtagged it: #charliezero – it’ll say 18 posts.

        1. I agree. So glad you enjoyed this collaboration and the poem itself. πŸ™‚

          I’m taking a short break this week. Next Monday I shall return posting new experimental/cut up poems.

          Writings I’ve been working on for some time. πŸ™‚

          The ‘Avant-magoria’ series has ended here and off to posting new works. πŸ™‚

            1. Brilliantly well said. I love it.

              I also, thought of this quote by this man:

              “Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors – it’s how you combine them that sets you apart.” ~ Wolfgang Puck

                1. I’ve always felt that writing is like cooking. We have the ingredients which is our ideas and we prepare the pot and start creating flavors that hopefully our readers or art observant, can relate or feel inspired by. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, Watt.

      This is the last poem in the ‘Avant-magoria’ series. I’m taking a short break all this week.
      And next Monday I shall return with posting new experimental/cut up poems long poems. Well, not too long. πŸ™‚

  1. This is a delicious little poem, Charlie. The title is super awesome. This collab rocks.
    I checked the website and it’s scintillating interesting.
    This is like taking writing to another level.
    It’s a double bonanza.

  2. ………………………Charlie,

    thanks for your kindness !!!

    Hey Baby Bird, it ain’t your ear that you want to press
    against the curiosities chest

    be advised that Ray Bradbury is asking questions about you

    1. ………………………………Michael,

      Thanks for your kindness my friend.

      The cosmic neighbor space against;
      your stitched universe –
      stigmata had questions on.

      Ray Bradbury predicted state policemen
      talking to invisible walnuts
      claiming that self about bird saw.

      Moon voices bleed curiosities…

      Never wounds advise long –
      fabricated truth,
      the press ate the artfully village.

    1. Thank you my friend. πŸ™‚

      So glad you enjoyed this work of ours. Resa, did an incredible job and I’m so proud of you and happy that her and i, collaborated on this. Pretty soon, we should be collaborating on something new for the door. πŸ™‚

  3. CHARLIE!! how wonderful to see this, again! It was a fab collaboration, and a joy to paint your words.
    I need to hit the art store for a few supplies, and get your next poem up. Looks like there will be a break in the heat wave in about 10 days. It’s difficult to spend much time outside when it’s 105-110 with the humidex.
    BTW: These are some of your best words! Love them! ❦

    1. Awesome! When the heat weather has settled down and its fresh and cool.
      Then we can collaborate on the poem. πŸ™‚

      Thank you, Resa. We both did a great collaboration and we both worked as a team. πŸ™‚

      This poem believe it or not, started it all with every micro poem I posted.

      Also, you inspired me truly and for that thank you a million. My biggest respects go out to you.
      You are a true artist and pure magic. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you my friend. πŸ™‚

      So glad you enjoyed and felt the energy within the words and visuals. πŸ™‚

      *(Note) I’ve been thinking about doing street art but with my words on the walls and I have to ask permission.
      Don’t know when that will happen but hopefully when I’m good and ready I’ll ask this friend of mine and see if he’ll be interested.

      Also, Resa and I, will be collaborating again with street art words. πŸ™‚

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