Sunday, March 19, 2006

urban snapshots in monochrome : wing

A Crow That Will Not Fly
image by dsnake1

I recently wrote a set of short poems under the title "Urban Snapshots in Monochrome". These are based on snippets of images i came across, mostly during my journeys to and from work.

Why monochrome? You can see why after you read it.

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urban snapshots in monochrome : wing


a torn wing
snapped
like a black scythe
on wet asphalt
       in parking lot


somewhere a crow
will not fly
or is dead.


18.03.06
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the image is a pencil and ink drawing on art paper, then scanned and resized.

7 Comments:

Blogger Gilbert Koh said...

Hey I really liked that. A startling, unexpected image.

Looking forward to more of your monochrome poems!

19 March, 2006 09:26  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

gilbert,
thanks for your comments!

yah, there will be more..

19 March, 2006 12:55  
Blogger floots said...

ditto
love poem and drawing
there is something about crows
cocky strutting bullies
which should make them invincible
this means
for me anyway
that when they come to harm
i am even sadder
(hope that makes sense)
here we have "hooded crows"
black and grey
if i can find a pic i'll post one
cheers

19 March, 2006 17:45  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

floots,
thank you.
yeah,crows are "cocky strutting bullies" all right. Hate them or love them, they are here to stay in the city, they are such intelligent birds.

19 March, 2006 21:30  
Blogger Bluesky_Liz said...

Me too, dsnake, hope to see more of your work, becoming a fan of them.

21 March, 2006 20:31  
Blogger dsnake1 said...

Liz,
i gonna start a fan club!!

but seriously, i'm glad you all like my works.

"Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen” : Leonardo da Vinci

21 March, 2006 21:36  
Blogger Rajesh Dangi said...

simple!

like your words and sketches!!

how do you do these sketches ( i mean on the comp or you draw and scan?

Rajesh

28 April, 2006 17:40  

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