Reena’s Exploration Challenge #146 — As the pieces fly on angel’s wings

As the pieces fly on angels wings —- by Jade Li/Lisa

Tao Talk

L'Estaque Georges BraqueL’Estaque was painted by the French artist Georges Braque (1882-1963) in 1906.

As the pieces fly
Colors fill the sky
Cubists like Georges Braque
Paint their worlds with gaps
Filled in with synapse
Rainbow ports; keyless locks

As the stanzas flow
Colored images grow
Poets paint with words that sing
Meaning caught ‘twixt lines
Like found grapes ‘twixt vines
Feeling rise on angel’s wings

Georges Braque is known as “The Father of Cubism.” After watching the video that Reena provided and marinating on it overnight, something struck me. In the video it shows what reality-based art looks like as compared to cubist art. Again and again it showed that the parts of the cubists work were there but were manipulated to make things jump out about them in a special way. What came to me is a comparison between writing prose and writing poetry. The two seem very…

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