Sometimes your head gets heated and you just need some cool air to refresh your thoughts. There’s no dishonor in taking a few moments for yourself. So sit back, relax… and chew on this poetry and abstract images that I made.
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Jump from One Time to No Space
The featured photo was shot by my father, Ronald Neumann. Three of the images shown with the poetry are royalty-free from MorgueFile. I created the remaining four pictures with the program, Fresh Paint. (See if you can discern which is which). As always, I hope you enjoy the poetry:
Try to Build Stairs Out of Light
Is a picture worth a thousand words? I’m not sure, but I feel like a picture is at least worth a Haiku poem.
I created all of these images myself.
The Cosmic Ceiling
I wrote this poetry with my father’s photography in mind. The seven stanzas are as follows: a beginning Tanka, 5 Haiku, and a final Tanka. I hope these images and words inspire your day.
I wrote this meditative poetry while holding a lapis lazuli gemstone and looking at the following pictures taken by my father in our backyard. I hope it instills a sense of tranquility.
All photography accompanying this poetry was taken by my father, Ronald Neumann.
The God Within
All photography is owned by the extremely talented Samuel Oddo. Be sure to check out his videography too!
Besides the picture of the polluted water (courtesy of MorgueFile), I used photos from my father for these poems. The dog is my chocolate Labrador, Roxy.
The Phoenix in Each Moment
All photography is owned by James Colburn
Each stanza (Tanka or Haiku, respectively) is inspired by the photo above it. I hope you enjoy.
I made this poetry with the inspiration of the following photos sent to me by my father.
I hope you enjoy!