Russet & Cadmium

Russet

Rust sets sure on the surface

full of fluids, air moist with oil

paint thinned by turpentine,

 

by color coming, flowing down,

like wing, light hair, fanned down

with wind, let it set, let it be.

Cadmium

after the war what the rubble resembles was really nothing but a composition which was really nothing but the yellow glow of the light behind the blue grave behind the long chains which was thought as metal thorns which was really nothing but illusions of alloys by way of chemicals in paint which was really nothing but that after the war what the rubble resembles

 

after:

Russet, Morris Louis (1958)

Cadmium, Emil Schumacher (1958)

 

for NaPoWriMo April 2

One thought on “Russet & Cadmium

  1. dynamic words..
    very fine tuned flow…

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    We encourage, we share, we love poets, and we have fun..

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