Street art poetry: Collaboration by Resa and i


Resa Mcconaghy and I collaborated on ‘street art poetry’.
Her interpretation of my words is an 80’s futurism vibe,
blending psychedelic trance & sci-fi spectrum kaleidoscope colors.

She is a rock star and a brilliant painter/artist/poet/ designer/
& photographer. Much praise to her incredible work and contribution
to the arts and community. 🙂


Without further ado here’s a poem and photography of amazing art.






Unzip the clock –
origins pulsate.
Every color hatches
a rotten piano.

The Flowers blend in with the art.
Resa, you captured this shot so well. I love it. 🙂

This photo shot is perfect!

All the colors and the words awake the enigma eye.

The hot pink, black, green, & white looks so hypnotizing and spectacular.


The eye is unzipping the clock.


The Monarch Butterfly observing and understanding the poem. 🙂



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Art Gowns:

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No part of Resa or Charlie Zero collaboration – may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means: electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior permission.  Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited.  Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Charlie Zero the Poet and Resa Mcconaghy’s works with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

89 thoughts on “Street art poetry: Collaboration by Resa and i

  1. Well Charlie, it is a wonderful collaboration. You did a marvellous job presenting our art in this post. I am amazing pleased. 😀 😀 😀 I’ll reblog this on GLAM when I get home!
    Thank you and CHEERS to us and our “Street Art Poetry” movement that we are starting.

  2. Oh, guys, you’re both rock stars!!!!!!!! Brilliant – brilliant! Congratulations, my dear dear friends! You did it again! Bravo to both!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 I love the detail with the monarch in the end, Resa! Of course it would appreciate the poem, Charlie!!!! 🙂

    1. Thank you, Marina.

      I’m sure Resa is reading these wonderful comments by you and everyone else. 🙂

      Resa is the mastermind within the creation of such beautiful color palette.

      The Monarch butterfly beautifully well captured. 🙂

    2. Hello Marina and Charlie!
      It’s such an exciting project, of course a butterfly would land on it!
      Yes Charlie, I’m reading every word! (and leaving a few. Hope that’s okay with you!)

        1. They said 50 years ago, at Woodstock and beyond.. “Make Love, Not War!”
          Now we say: “Make Art, Not War!”
          You rock, too, Charlie! 😀

    1. Thank you (TVTA) 🙂

      Yes, we are going to be working on a 3rd street art poetry mural. 🙂 Resa and I, have talked about it. 🙂

      P.S I’m currently following your blog page. You seem like a really cool and awesome person. Hope you follow my page as well. 🙂 I’ll be stopping by soon to read your blog work. 🙂

      1. TVTA is a fun spot! I got inspired over there to do a special post on Art Gowns. After all, even though I have begun the next Art Gown, it will be at least 3 months until she’s done. Plenty of time for in between posts. 😀

  3. Brilliant both of you. You both ‘Rock’ wonderful poetry Charlie. And Love Tess’s creative art.
    I follow her blog and her gowns are spectacular designs and creations.
    Her graffiti art blog as shows some amazing Street talent.
    Well done both of you.
    Enjoy your weekend 🤗☀️😁

  4. Super spectacular, brilliant art work and awesome poetry that blends well together into an intoxicating music of words and visual , amazing chemistry of inspiration spiralling into this fantastic eye feast.

    1. Thank you, Yassy.

      Glad you loved our work. Resa is super talented and thanks to her she brought my words to light. 🙂

      Her and I, are going to collaborate on a 3rd street art poetry. And we’re starting a movement on it. We encourage anyone to fuel the street art poetry to their community. 🙂

      1. You are welcome, Charlie!
        Yes, you and Resa are doing wonderful work and I am simply enjoying this art and poetic collaboration.
        The movement you are starting will ignite and encourage talent.
        It’s all so awesome 👏

  5. A big thank you to all who liked and commented here! It is much appreciated. I love collaborating, and the colabs I’m doing with Charlie are def unique!

  6. This is absolutely amazing, Charlie! The colors are so vibrant and they really do draw you into the message. You and Resa did a fabulous job on this collab and her interpretation of your work is brilliant. 🙂

    1. Thank you, B.

      Resa and I, created something creatively positive and for the world to read and experience the colors that bring hope to humanity.


      I will be working on a 3rd micropoem and collaborate with Resa again for a Street art poetry. 🙂

    1. Thank you my friend. 🙂

      Resa and I, did a great job together. I’m currently working on a 3rd micropoem for Resa and I to collaborate again. 🙂

      P.S I posted a new poem today. 🙂

      Your heard will be itchy and be sure to read the comments. I explained what the poem itself means in overall.

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