Taking it to the Streets

Susie inspired us to share a street poem.  She is tempting me to take chalk to the Art Walk on Friday.  I just might-leave a pastel poetic scavenger hunt.  I'll let you know-if I dare become a Guerrilla poet.
My poem is called DNA. Dare to do Numerous Art-



Comments

Those footprints and the word green remind me that soon we will be covered in a coating of pollen...
Kerry O'Connor said…
This is an excellent blend of colours to create the hustle and bustle of the streets.
Shelly said…
I agree with Alex. But Florida is already covered in bee pollen. I have a throbbing headache from it, too.

Hugs and chocolate!
Shelly said…
I agree with Alex. But Florida is already covered in bee pollen. I have a throbbing headache from it, too.

Hugs and chocolate!
Janet Martin said…
Always such a pleasure to come here and this is no exception! thank-you for sharing your DNA!
Susie Clevenger said…
In all the noise and rush of the city you have found the colors in the landscape...Great piece! Thanks for taking part in the challenge.
Brian Miller said…
cool use of color...and even a little science with the helix....unexpected, which is cool....and i love the city....toss my hat in...smiles.
Kathryn said…
Love this, I saw grab the chalk and go for it.
Grace said…
I like the search for colors (yellow umbrella) in the concrete jungle ~ Love the picture too ~
Juneta Key said…
I enjoyed the word picture you created.

Juneta at Writer's Gambit

Mary Ann Potter said…
True street poetry! I loved the color imagery --- you've written another mini-masterpiece!
Isis Rushdan said…
Loved your DNA. This reminded me of my backyard which is covered in pollen right now.
Sherry Blue Sky said…
You are the original guerrilla poet - you leave poems as gifts even when it isnt a challenge. Hee hee, i knew you'd love this one.
Yolanda Renee said…
Guerrilla Poet - love that!

Great post!
M Pax said…
I hope you dare to be a guerilla poet. That'd be awesome and I'd like to see it.

You write such achingly lovely poems. Thanks for sharing this one and it's provoking imagery. Nice.
Mary said…
A very colorful and inspired write, Ella.
Christine Rains said…
What a great and colorful poem!

Thanks for stopping by the Untethered Realms blog today. :)
De said…
Absolutely delightful.
Margaret said…
Hats, veils, umbrellas - yes, a kaleidoscope of images!
Marian said…
the image isn't working for me! i'm gonna throw a temper tantrum. i'll try to remember to check back tomorrow from my work computer, maybe that will work. boo!
Ella said…
Hi Marian-Blogger is being a spoiled brat lately. I go to blogs and can't comment?! huh?! I hope you are doing better~

Hi Margaret-I love that-thank you!

Hi De-Thank you for stopping by~

Christine-Color is something we all crave after this past crazy winter weather-thank you~

Hi Mary-Thank you! I hope your world is seeing signs of spring!

MPax-You are sweet! Thank you~ I think I will give it a test run on Friday ;D I will share sometime soon-when my hair grows out a bit more. I can't wait for you new series-how exciting~

Ella said…
Hi Yolanda-I love your A-Z theme-great idea! Thank you~

Grape-I hope you are loving your new home! Thank you~ I might have to get me a yellow umbrella~

Sherry-Thank you! I sure did~ ;D

Isis-Oh, no! I am not looking forward to that~ I hope you are okay!

Mary Ann-You are very kind~ Did you finish your mini bookstore, yet?! Thank you~

Juneta-Thank you! I will visit you- :D

Grace-Thank you! We have a lot of yellow in our neighborhood right now-the Forsythia is in bloom~

Kathryn-Thank you! I will polka dots and poetry should add a bit of cheer to the Art Walk ;D

Brian-I had to add the math, after making you cringe with the fox song-yesterday ;D Thank you~

Susie-Thank you-it was a fun challenge. WE could use more street poets!

Janet-I feel that way when I visit you! You look fab with short hair~ Thank you!

Shelly-I am sorry you are still sick! I have lived in Florida 2x and I know how bad it can be~ I hope you are better soon ((hugs))

Kerry-During the Art Walk if the weather permits-they take a piano outside on the sidewalk and play. You should see the crowd gather! I will leave a poem behind when I go on Friday. ;D

Alex-No Captain, do not think of that! Oh, gosh I can wait. I already have had enough sinus issues this year, so far!

Sumana Roy said…
love the display of colors...
Liza said…
It would be fun to stumble on that while walking down a sidewalk...
L. Diane Wolfe said…
A blend of so many elements in such a short piece.

And I found our pieces box. I guess we'd discarded many extras over the year, because the only things in it were the Sorry pieces and dozens of dice.
Kim Nelson said…
One of the smartest, richly-written pieces I have read today, Ella. You are hitting your stride!
Ella said…
Hi Kim-Thank you, you are sweet!

L.Diane-Thank you for looking! I have been moving into my new space-a room all my own. Finally!!! Thanks again~

Liza-Tomorrow night I am packing my chalk and giving it a whirl-thank you!

Sumana-Thank you so much-you are sweet!
Thank you...enjoyed your post ...reminded me of the writings on the side walk in Bar Harbor, ME one day.
Peace
Siggi