By scribbler


Watercolor and ink, small painting for a New York friend.

“An artist works outside the realm of strict logic. Simply knowing one’s intention and then executing it does not make good art. Artists know this.”
— George Saunders in The Guardian

Surely this must mean something.

It came from my fevered brain.

But though I try

I cannot spy

Its message through the rain.

(Practicing for NaPoWriMo. Sharpen your pencils!) 

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