#Poetry Friday-#inktober- mother moon

1a-Inktober day 25- S mother moonshine-10-24-2018

mother moon 

   through layers of leaves
                        still holding on
                                    i spy your

                       © 2018 Michelle Kogan

    Happy Poetry Friday! A short and sweet post today for our forthcoming Halloween… Celebrating Letter “S” for day 25 of #Inktober. Watch out for those ghouls, witches, and goblins–in whatever shape shifting they emerge…

…and remember early VOTING’s going on now

Checkout the full array of Poetry Friday posts at Kay McGriff’s blog A journey Through the  Pages. I’m looking forward to whatever she has planted on her site–Thanks for hosting Kay!

About Michelle Kogan Art, Illustration, & Writing

Michelle Kogan is an artist, illustrator, instructor, and writer, creating colorful allegorical figure, flora and fauna paintings and children's illustrations, which have a sensitivity to endangered species, and the environment. She is an art instructor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Evanston Art Center and offers Plein Air Painting Workshops at nature venues in the Chicago area including the Lincoln Park Conservatory, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, and Lurie Gardens at Millennium Park. Visit her online Etsy Shop at: http://www.MichelleKoganFineArt.etsy.com and her website: http://www.michellekogan.com
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20 Responses to #Poetry Friday-#inktober- mother moon

  1. margaretsmn says:

    Wonderful S-sounds! I admire you for keeping this daily commitment going. This is the way to build a daily practice.

  2. lindabaie says:

    I’ve voted! Love this ‘advertisement’ for that ‘sparkling’ moon, Michelle, and for ‘spooky’ Halloween. The neighborhood is awash with skeletons and wispy ghosts!

  3. Beautiful, beautiful Ss. That sound is so fun to play with. I love it. Your ink for Day 25 is amazing. Wonderful texture and color in it. I spy the moon too!

  4. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Beautiful! I’ve enjoyed reading and seeing your art and poems for Inktober.

  5. Michelle, your illustrations captures the lure of a full moon perfectly and your poem is a sensational tribute to letter S. Thanks for sharing!

  6. jama says:

    I’ve really been enjoying your Inktober pieces, Michelle. Happy Halloween to you!!

  7. LOVE this bright full moon – makes me think of the one we walked under here Wednesday. And makes me wonder about all the silent bats living in trees in our neck of the woods. This time of year we don’t see them flying around low to scoop up bugs in the air, as they do in intense July-august summer, swooping across our pool. I had almost forgot about them! And how could that be, with Halloween upon me? I am a big fan of your “mother moon” & the poem that matches it. Appreciations for the gorgeous Halloween card to us all!

  8. Nice poem! The other night I was taking photos of that sparkling, spherical light through tree branches.

  9. There’s something so magical about seeing the moon through the trees. It’s as if all you need to do is climb the tree in order to reach out your arm and touch that silent, sparkling, sphere. You’re almost to the end of inktober, Michelle—anything planned for November? 😉 HOPEFULLY we’ll have something to celebrate on 11/6!

    • I hope so Michelle. Hmmm plans… just trying to keep up. I’m prepping for a holiday show for the next 2 weeks, along with sending in submissions for the SCBWI Prairie Writer’s and Illustrator’s Day conference I just attended over the weekend– and oh ya, I’m teaching 5 mornings Monday – Friday till mid December– a bit too full for me presently.

  10. mbhmaine says:

    Beautiful poem and illustration! I spent a fair amount of time trying to capture a photograph of the moon through the trees early one morning this week. (Failed!) How wonderful to have the talent to capture it in paint and words! Well done!

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