On a silver day, and what silver days hold,
I promised to dance for my days to unfold,
In gray memories, sun and the sky,
I walked barefoot, snow overcast my eyes.
The mountains came closer to me,
Fire and ashes, volcanoes are low,
I startled at the overcast and the far sea,
Heaven and Hell, little did I know.
Diverting my afterlife, Ever-last my shore,
My heart ancient and sad,
Count the hours, a little moment too slow,
A breeze of air I play and believe,
A second chance of life, hear me breathe,
My bones and my ashes, a skeleton of defeat,
My wings and my madness, no longer conceit,
I lived for attention, hush the promises combined,
And wanted fame and fortune, painful my ugly sublime. …
An Architectural Designer, Artist and Author who enjoys experimental work with traditional and digital mediums using various techniques and concepts.
I love pushing the boundaries of every work I set my mind to, and this approach helps me come up with the uncanny concepts you might find under my name.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.