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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Art in the Neighborhood

Posted By on Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 6:44 PM


There are some people who take the time to make sure days are better. Krayna Castelbaum is one of those people. A self-described poetry enthusiast and artist, this local instigator does her share to bring a bit of art to her neighborhood. She takes the time to print and post a poem every month, accessible through her blog, or outside her home behind Spork. These are available to the public. Below is her message, as well as, the poem of the month. 

April 2016
What a wonderful way to kick off National Poetry Month!
The erotic thread, signifying aliveness and vitality, is so delightful. Enjoy!

XXII - All Year Long

1

We break off a branch of poplar catkins.
A hundred birds sing in the tree
Lying beneath it in the garden
We talk to each other
Our tongues in each others mouth.


2
The sultry air is heavy with flower perfumes.
What is there better to do this hot night
Than throw off the covers
And lie together naked?

3
A cold wind blows open the window.
The moon looks in, full and bright.
Not a sound,
Not a voice,
In the night.
Then from behind the bed curtains,
Two giggles.

4
A freezing sky.
The year ends.
Icy winds whirl with snowflakes.
Under the covers
My darling is hotter than midsummer night.

Anonymous author, Sixth Dynasty
From “Love and the Turning Year: One Hundred More Poems from the Chinese”
Kenneth Rexroth, copyrighted material; for educational/therapeutic purposes only.


Contact information:

Krayna Castelbaum
541.318.0045
kraynalucky@gmail.com
krayna.blogspot.com
Keep an eye out for the Miss. Piggy dolls. Pass it and you've missed poetry. - PHOTO BY ANGELA MOORE
  • Photo by Angela Moore
  • Keep an eye out for the Miss. Piggy dolls. Pass it and you've missed poetry.

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