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Out of Chaos Comes Beauty! (Inspired by Silver Genes Poem -"Ungodly Moments Garnished With Parsley."

Updated on May 7, 2022
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Artist, actor, poet, teacher, songwriter & actor with 4,000 poems & almost 1,000 songs written, performed recorded & published on line.

Just a few of the thousands of art workings that have come out of the chaos of my studio


From cluttering and muttering comes comes inspriration, embrace the mess

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.

© 2010 Matthew Frederick Blowers III


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