because, i believe in chaos....
that's very powerful illustration of graffiti...love the creativity in your poem,Thanks for sharing!
Craving to express. Cool BKM.
You crafted this well, the imagery is great!I like how you expressed the emotions behind it!Great job~
You write graffitti? LOL. Doesn't seem like to me. A most influential poem!
Only in my mind Diane....I write many things in my mind...thank you...bkm
nice. i like the imagery of graffiti...love to look under the bridges to see what people write..there are some great artists out there...and it is a great tool to speak on diversity...
You have a beautiful mind Bkm that flows with beautiful,prose,poetry, and colorful graffiti for the soul! :-)
I especially like:your face is myface ---and whole is the worldI sing, I paint.....I write...graffittiBeautiful, beautiful words!
Powerful image and poem...bkm.Excellent - as usual.
You are really creative. Nicely done!
...I am - a locked up spectrumwithin a prism of stone......that is a magnificent metaphor...love this piece!
A great poem, bursting with life and immediacy, as graffitti itself does...loved it!
I just want to go and paint a few walls now, lol, Great work xk
What a cool and original perspective........I loved this one!
Lovely. I can feel the power of this one.
I love the word play of this piece, and such an innovative idea. "I am song...voice, a spiral of paint..." Superb.
Hi bkm, nicely illustrated, take it easy.Bob
bkm,What a wonderful way to 'express' this topic. Graffiti does indeed usually say it all.The writing on the wall or the painted images, were part of life in Northern Ireland too.I understand your message!Best wishes, Eileen
bkm,I am starting a new online magazine that showcases Poetry, Short Stories, Art and Photography and I would like to use your poem "Graffiti" as one of my first few posts and highlights. I hope you consider my request. I will of course credit you as the writer and link back to you so that others may visit your blog. The intent of my blog is to share up and coming talented individuals with others. If you wish to take a look at the site prior to giving your approval please feel free. I have yet to put it out there in a blatant way. I am gathering a small amount of posts to launch with. The website is a blogger address and can be found here: http://restlessartisan.blogspot.com/ . The blog is based in simplicity with each post speaking for itself. There will be no flashy banners, advertising or anything of the sort. It is meant to allow focus on the talent. Again I hope you consider my request and thank you for your time.Restless Artisan Press