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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Sunday Challenge features mixed media art


Over at the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads, fellow Toad Grace has introduced members and contributors to the 3D textured acrylic art paintings and digital art prints of Kathryn Dyche Dechairo to use as inspiration for a new poem. Grace tells us Kathryn's work has been published in 'The Pulse of Mixed Media' by Seth Apter, and in  the Summer 2012 edition of Artful Blogging. She also mentioned that Kathryn is a poet as well.


Kathryn Dyche Dechairo, for use as prompt only

harvest moon hovers
o'er autumn-bared trees
while my heart cries with
hurt from your arrows.
how could you have been
so two-faced to me
how could you have said
that you
loved me?

Kathryn Dyche Dechairo
Kathryn Dyche Dechairo




23 comments:

Grace said...

I like the opening verse, autumn-bared trees ~ Poignant ending with those lies ~ Thanks for your lovely post Kay ~ Wishing you Happy Weekend ~

Kathryn said...

Love the harvest moon and how you've referenced three images in one poem. Very clever, love it.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Wow, great poetic interpretation - her art work is fantastic!

Helen said...

Very nice .. interesting when I saved Kathryn's artwork image, I named it two faced.

Kathryn said...

Love the harvest moon and how you've incorporated three of the images into your poem. Very creative.

Kay said...

Perfection, Kay!

Sam Edge said...

I feel some hidden meaning in here - well done.

Hannah said...

Lovely trio of verse bringing these pieces together, Kay! I, too, enjoy the expression of the first image. Beautiful writing!

Tammy said...

Nice reflection!

Susie Clevenger said...

You managed to work three pieces of her art into your poetry...great write!

Kerry O'Connor said...

You incorporated Kathryn's images so well into this poem - the season reflects the heartache.

Debi Swim said...

Ah, I like this. Two face moon indeed.

humbird said...

love how you connected three amazing pictures with words

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
I actually got goosebumps from this!

Sorry minimal comments for a while - you know why!!! YAM xx

kaykuala said...

Beautiful write Kay! How you cleverly blended all 3 into one. Great!

Hank

Mama Zen said...

Just gorgeous, Kay!

Fireblossom said...

Because the two-faced always have one face that winks.

Susan said...

What a reminder that a beautiful bare- and spare- ness is also a time of great vulnerability. Easier for a tree, I think.

Ella said...

Brilliant!
Bravo on doing the three
:D

Other Mary said...

Talk about a bang for you buck...or words! You've really packed a lot into just a few lines, which I really admire.

grapeling said...

inventive trifecta, Kay ~ M

gabrielle said...

Stong, impactful write. Brilliant how you synthesized the emotional essence of the three images.

Lily Hydrangea said...

you really do have a flare for short story telling Kay.
This is quite sad yet beautifully told.