My love for you equates to a sun a billion times bigger than the biggest sun in the observable universe. My heart may be a trillion times smaller than an atom in comparison, but its energy field reaches the far reaches of the Milky Way galaxy—I swear. I’m well aware that you might feel like a nothing nobody amidst all these starry seas and spinning planets and cosmic debris. To me? I see a super giant that can out-gleam it all; can play basketball with any of the other celestial spheres. I don’t care that you appear to be 6 feet tall. Our skin contains only part of the story. The rest of the art is dispersed all around us—all within us. Both, infinitely as large. A lifetime’s not enough to discover it. That’s why I’m coming back again and again, and again…
I found a crease right underneath one of those laughing eyes and immediately, I microfied, made a hammock of your under-eye, found solace in empty river bed, sipped sangria wine until the day you rained, then I reverted back to my human size and held you close till we synchronized and became weightless starpeople.
from piano key
to piano key
creating classical concertos
along the way
all while side-sweeping
the yin down Yang Lane.
And when & if we approach
the piano’s cliff, we could either
dive into the unknown or thrive.
Or dive AND thrive
by climbing up a bit
and turning the page
of life’s eternal sheet
music & continue pursuing
the path of paired pianists.
You can purchase a print of this here.
The postcard version is only $1.91. 😉
The process… … I then inverted the image, added stars in the background, and clouds in the foreground using a free photo editing program called Pixlr
I’ve had a bit of an elephant obsession as of lately (that’s an understatement)… I now have elephant earrings, a watch with a tiny golden elephant at the 12:00 mark (that was merely coincidental), and elephant yoga pants! 😀 This piece was inspired by kundalini artist Arna Baatz (which I recently published on the The Artistic Muse. Go here).