Focus the mind Small details fill the view: Thus, know the infinite scope of the minuscule. Closely observe; Widen the range and Behold the beauty Of tangible untouchables. The emergence of vision Blurs every edge: Perception pivots on precipice. Accept the loss: Psyche and Seraph are Ever at odds. Method in acting, like skating… Continue reading The Magic If
Acrylic on cardboard (section) © HMH, 2000
Or both, Interchangeable Five sea-battles, a lynching, a riot with attempted arson, a torture scene, practically no dialogue, and a cast of predominantly male actors. The only two females are respectively a whore and a longsuffering wife. They probably have about three lines between them. Perhaps the wife has a bit more, she scolds… Continue reading Bad Script? Good Plot?
Sunrays filters through Early mist and Colours a white rose with rainbow hues. Dewdrops sparkle, Composing bell-like resonance In the morning air. Clouds pass, Measuring the time. A lightning bolt Sparks electric shockwaves And the thunderclap Flattens the grass. Dark vapours Amass, Bringing rain and hail Down On the unsuspecting Still… Continue reading Disturbance
Aquarelle on Paper ©HMH, 1995
Writing is a personal matter, and one’s preferences can’t easily be put into words. There are people who take a romantic position towards their work, and there are those who take a practical stance. What they aim to do may be the same, but they use different conceptions to get there. All the same, I… Continue reading Working with Subconsciousness in Writing