A Tribute to Vulnerability

This is not an ordinary collaboration for me.  Please make sure to visit Victor’s nest. You will find many treasures: a black dog’s adventures, beautiful sketches of the Parthenon and fishing villages, wonderful portraits, conceptual pieces, fan art and many more. You never get bored! Thank you all. Thank you Victor.
Meow meow, and woof woof!

Victor Szepessy Artist


Here’s my collaboration with Georgios Kalpataru, who has a great blog over on https://geokalpataru.wordpress.com. One brush and a bottle of black ink.

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Ghosts creating – A collaboration with Emma Lou



all blood oratory, our memory of the earth talks, prints our life under the sun & we ate morning things, grape leaves, humor aspirin, light articulation; it made me remember the palms of my hands in the place we took the wishbone, something joyous in the night light of thought breathing  that day a truth trembling in the vastness of our own small beings.

(Emma Lou Collier)

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Collaboration Tuesday – A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal – Wordsworth

Once again, Marcy sent me a beautiful piece, to work with. I love this poem so much and, ofcourse, needless to say (but i will say it), I love Marcy and Illustrated Poetry. Marcy thank you so much for this!

Illustrated Poetry

sleepwillnotcome…No motion has she now, no force;
She neither hears nor sees;
Rolled round in earth’s diurnal course,
With rocks, and stones, and trees.

William Wordsworth
(1770 – 1850)

If your journeys on WordPress have not taken you by Mr. Geo Kalpataru’s amazing art and poetry blog, then please allow me to make the introduction! It had been far too long since our last collaboration, so I was excited when he agreed to create another piece for Illustrated Poetry (click here to see his colorful and spot-on illustration for A.E. Housman’s When I Was One-And-Twenty). The inspiration for Geo’s drawing comes from William Wordsworth’s elegant poem A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal. It is considered one of his five “Lucy” poems – experimental poems in which Wordsworth explores the poet’s unrequited love for an idealized woman who has died young. Feel free to read the whole poem here and then have…

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