My Perceptual Drawing

Collection of Bittersweet Odes when Normal is Enigma by Annemarie Berukoff

“The arts are not a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable ... Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possible can. You will get an enormous reward. You will have created something.” Kurt Vonnegut

Ode to Personal Pandemic Anniversary

Ode to Snow Job from Heaven

Ode to Blame

Ode to Conspiracy Mouse and Cat

Ode to Moving On

Ode to Unity of Space

Ode to Every Little Girl

Ode to the Verdict of a Coconut Cream Pie

Ode to Popular Outrageous Communication

Ode to Name Calling

Ode to Mindlessness vs Mindfulness

Ode to the Thin Line of Fear

Ode to the Destruction of Divorce

Ode to a Bovine Handmaiden

Ode to Truth in Three States

Ode to the Grumpian Toadies

Ode to the Long Empty Table in Pandemic Times

Ode to the Sky Judge

Ode to a Slug on a Tomato — Warning and Beware

Ode to a Bear in a Tree with a Plea

Ode to Earth Waking Up with a Blanket with Thanks

Ode to a Chance Encounter with a Wolf Spider in my Shoe

Ode to the Root to the Seed

Ode to Ageless Youth at the Creek

Ode to Our Planet in Flames and Floods on Sept. 14

Ode to Abandoned Kittens by a Feral Mother

Ode to an Abandoned Back Mother Hen

Photo by Jacob Buchhave on Unsplash

Retired teacher — wisdom of Timely Tools for Changes: self-franchise internet marketing, social media attacks, ecology

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