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Tag Archives: Pen and Ink
My inktober sketch and tanka poem today is in memory of a dear, kind, artist we just lost Michael Bricis. PUMPKINS AND DIVERSITY (Letter “P”) In memory of Michael Bricis–a master of the pen, and whom we will all remember fondly. … Continue reading
picture my sky dusted soft powder pink winsor blue green waves that melt away days din and open evening’s dreams… © 2018 Michelle Kogan
FALL FELL We Fell into FALL Upsidedown & backwards… with Hope– We’ll March Forward Writing yesterdays wrongs Facing front Eye’s forward One foot in front of the other Forever fighting For what’s FAIR For ALL! © 2018 Michelle Kogan
democracy wherefore art though… emerge NOW! © 2018 Michelle Kogan
Happy Poetry Friday and Happy Inktober 2018! October first began the event of Inktober, which involves creating and posting an ink drawing each day for the entire month of October. The event has artists and others participating all over the … Continue reading
chicago city scenes never cease to inspire imagination… © 2018 Michelle Kogan
FALL BUNNIES Backyard fall bunnies nibbling by berries, begin billowing out their bristly fur coat, preparing for winter… ©2018 Michelle Kogan
zoning in on zinnias, their zazzle, texture, and color. © 2018 Michelle Kogan Thinking about focusing on letters of the alphabet to lead me through inktober…though, not in any particular order.
yellow dillies where’re your bees? bothered by false sun’s chill… © 2018 Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a list of the poems I’ve posted so … Continue reading
reluctant spring hyacinth’s late april petals finally appear robins tired of waiting she already built her nest © Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a … Continue reading