Saturday, 25 June 2011

Poet Wins


One morning walking on my way to work, I saw this and recognised it straight away as the work of my son - the skateboarding phantom street artist. (He is at present off-shore, safely removed from detection).
It makes me smile on many counts.
I might even take it up it as my new motto.
Oh yeah.

5 comments:

Claire Beynon said...

Now there's a poet - and another poet - with attitude! Love it, Kay ; ) x

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Claire - Thank you :)

susan t. landry said...

i love the fragment of the large painting..and love love love the storefront art. subversive and instantly readable: you see it, you get it.
cheers,
susan

Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Susan - Thank you. Every time I walk past Mike's little painting, it gives me a lift, makes me smile. (I don't know for how much longer it'll be left there - but as it's on an abandoned shop window, maybe it'll be there for a while yet. Here's hoping.)

Tim Jones said...

I like the positivity of this - especially in contrast to the melancholic alternative, Poet WINZ

Harbour

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'how this all harbours light'