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Marcia Arrieta





eclipse


eclipse anguish

into a dream

where a cow in the middle of the road is evaded

& another

direction taken



interweave


the blue lamp        parallel lines        cut pieces

the old man in the red sweater walks singing






look for a lost city


the star is a geography

correspondence a necessity

I speak to the pine

snowflakes reveal patterns

I contemplate the autonomous

I close the book








sunlight like the arbitrary


Concerning the Spiritual in Art—Kandinsky
Writing/Talks—Perelman

where blue & yellow merge
the harmony relentless



concerning

concerning the real the spiritual origami cranes & warriors—translating the sequence of development searching the possible the cryptic beneath paint an owl on the branch a book in the hand counterpoint symphony



resemblance


a feather in spring

clockwise    anticlockwise

the heroine observes the paintings

the wave is composed as a tree






after reading Guy R. Beining’s heisting hesse


to sculpt


                the unknown

                the minimal


to counterbalance

                another day


texture

                stones/light

                sky/clouds


the sea

stenciled

between

doors




Continuing to tread water, Marcia Arrieta finds inspiration in currently reading The Surreal Life of Leonora Carrington, To the Lighthouse (every summer), Esteban Vicente, The Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry, and The Illuminated Life of Maud Lewis.

She edits and publishes Indefinite Space.
 
 
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