- I hear colors with my eyes.
does it need being said? I am not indifferent to beauty
wheresoever it arrives. big colors, big skies.
so maybe it’s not really sky I see, so much as color wanting to be big. and sky is big, so we’re seeing and saying that. you see?
I love the process here, maybe more than the result itself.
we can see stories perhaps. although not the usual kind. these were stories first, then the words were found following along – more wily wolf than dog. there should be a name for what-kind-of-feeling-this-is. we’re still waiting for that name to arrive.
sometimes colors come and the words don’t arrive for a long long time.
but the colors know to wait.
we need to see. to see up close. every stroke of color, there, every motion of your hand, they come from home and circle round home again. there is no more open window than this. we need to receive. we need to be up close.
that’s the way sky is meant to be seen. up close.
sky is needed to host this thirsty bowl. blues, some of them containing sun, ocher that you’d wish to embrace you coming home, mystic purple turning violet, just a little, shy earth brown eyes and reds already sliced into pinks.
listen. sky doesn’t want being sad. although no, none is said. like with god,
all things allowed. isn’t that obvious? drink color instead. it would be herculean not being of good heart. take the path close at hand.
we sit by the fire of resting sun while the story discovers our world anew.
there’s water, there’s a continent, there’s a rising sun. there’s fingers and
a hand. there’s a crow watching everything. there’s a fox, an albatros.
maybe we fall in, instead of down.
maybe color is its own gravity.
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painting by Kerfe. beautiful. PLACEHOLDERS she called the post. please, go see and read yourself. presented here with kind permission.
now to be fair, this picture said to me, make me big, really big. so I did. many times its native birth size, I did. a question, a desire to savor every color stroke, not to miss a thing.
second image is the California Big Sur coastline. I adore.