Creation Again (and again)
In response to the Flickrcomments weekly ABC challenge, which is always a cool thiong to check out by the way, I’m re-posting (not composting!) this post tagged C.
This one is for all the artists out there, as it talks to the creative process. It’s a bit of an admonition to not take your creation, your art, as well as your self, so seriously since everything – and that’s Every Thing – is a work of creation. As my grandmother used to say, “Cats have kittens”.
Click to hear this rare and terribly serious, philosophical song that I’ve just written called Works of Creation. Lyrics below. I figure it goes together with this little post of a haiku – plus some cool pictures – which I posted earlier in July. I’m re-posting the haiku and adding this song – which begs for a singer. Anyway…..
There’s the birds chirping in the trees And there’s those old songs of our memories And there’s a song in my heart They all take part In the work of creation
Now what kind of creation are you talkin’ about? What kind of creation is that you mean? It’s what it is that we be going through We’re all just one work of creation
All the people ‘cross the seas All your distant memories All the flowers and all the bees They’re all works of creation
Call it what you like Call it day and night But the whole world that you see Is just a work of creation
Everything in your heart Everything is a part…. Take me by the hand We’re all works of creation
Where Is My Soul? – A Haiku
Who’s talking now?