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Out Of Chaos Comes Beauty! (inspired By Silver Genes Poem -"Ungodly Moments Garnished with Parsley."

Updated on July 21, 2010

Out of total chaos

comes order and beauty,

I am often accused of having

too much clutter in my studio.


People have been known to exclaim

"How do you ever get any work done?"


As an artist I need

many raw materials

to work from and they have to

be right there, where I can reach them.


This makes me

look like a hoarder

but I am simply a boarder

of future masterpieces.

But sometimes it seems

like I am the only one to

understand that.

Perhaps just a example

of one of the greatest

creations ever would help,

especially if you

too are plagued by

critics over your work space.


Just hand them a printed

version of the following...


You really need to

look beyond the clutter,

far beyond....

take a ....  l  o  n  g   

gaze back

at our universe's beginnings

and the big bang theory

while you're staring

befuddled at my messy space..


What a mess that

must have made.


God's desk must have

been chock full of debris

and stardust,

with asteroids like astericks

cluttering up his workspace.


Perhaps A Nep-tune

spun into a disc

that set his toes to tapping

as he crafted beauty from

what his Mars would offer.


Old, water vapor,

white rings from

his many late night

indulgences of guzzling

the steamy nectars

of the gods.


Each carefully lifted

from various surfaces

and then used to grace

Saturn's splendour.


Taking mind trips

through the debris

of his space

on the red eye

to set Jupiter in

its perfect spot.


Let's not even

get into Uranus

perhaps inspired by

a porta potty nearby

to save Him endless

interruptions on silly

trips to the bathroom.


Ahh, but the end result

no pun intended

is beyond words,

from that somewhat

gaseous rubble

and vast stretches

of raw material,

we were given

his most poetic work.


Just look around,

and remember that

when you find

several moldy coffee cups,

plus some dust

bunnies multiplying rapidly

near a large pile

of eraser crumbs

littering your workspace.....


Then you should

thank God for

instilling in you

his wondrous techniques...

and get back to work.




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      Ruby Jean Richert 7 years ago from Southern Illinois

      You can have all the clutter you need, just keep on writing these beautiful poems.

      God Bless

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      Micky Dee 7 years ago

      Geniuses often have some clutter. Genius artists should have more.

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      SilverGenes 7 years ago

      This took a while to read - had to stop to laugh, then to just wonder, then more laughter, then the nodding moments of deeper significance. I loved it from beginning to end! You've more than justified your creative space! LOL