You get that heat emanates from the heart, especially when it has skipped seven, missed beats.
The beasts of practicality try to cast a terrible tone on your latest work in aesthetics.
A sensitive ear is highly tuned to tease out the very best in their unintelligible phonetics.
Turn the television off, inspire an imaginative outburst to make a proud Keats.
Feet in the air , lessens the chance of crying a river -full , making a pitiful dent in a poverty starved body -craving for even half of a star-struck critics cuisine meals.
Hand made beads,
Beauty besmirched by a simple swipe – unlucky, are those who hold their cards to the heart -almost touchingly near.
Bluff or blush – which makes me want to call you out as my Dear?
Life’ s arched enemy.
Not in a way that a mountain raises it’s brow the skies,
This is military warfare, bows and arrows- sharp, jutted out pairs, cutting out a perfect line of lies.
The common tart can see beauty, lying down, eyes facing upwards, making imagery out of clouds.
Everything is ineligible until someone takes the time to see , understand -shed the cloak that brings fog so thick -it shrouds.
Never apologise for seeing the beauty in all that touches your senses.
Who else is going to find a world where we can teach people that Art is not about putting up strict defences?
WORD OF THE DAY
Definitions for aesthete
a person who has or professes to have refined sensitivity toward the beauties of art or nature.
a person who affects great love of art, music, poetry, etc., and indifference to practical matters.
Citations for aesthete
A fanatical aesthete to the end, Kessler never diverged from the young Nietzsche’s belief that art justifies life.Alex Ross, “Diary of an Aesthete,” The New Yorker, April 23, 2012
… the next week they were bustling out of an upper Macquarie Street parlour with pad & paints, trying to look oh-so-very-much the Professional Aesthete, but–in rotten old twill trousers & course old canary coats, with mangy hair rough-hacked & poxed skin stubbly–inevitably failing.Richard Flanagan, Gould’s Book of Fish, 2001