Inveterate Punning of Wood Creations
….clearly i have be-come now,
of some consequence in this matter,
which has issued forth from me,
called by my right-full name of ‘wood movement’....
—-and were it not so,
would not i be in-debited,
to the common fusing of ill timed vagrant slobbering’s,
of the many who would so seek to contain me after their way….
—-i am as limitless as the stars in the heavens,
who all-ready knowing their movement in time,
only await the start of a celestial burn,
and in their place of freedom so i am likened….
—-likened lichens as imaged be-fore my feet,
these ones who have graced my place of ground-work,
table scraps of re-fined ‘wood movement’,
they speak of me amongst them-selves….
—-imperative communication such as this,
plays so hard to find today,
were many are regulated to mindless word talk mummies,
and i am soon found listening to technical towers of babel….
—-inveterate punning of wood creations at word splashing,
all too often missed within ‘the process’,
where transverse-tangential-radial all mix to-gether,
just as i am be-ing gathered for show….
....’wood movement’ has be-come the likes of me,
change your mind and keep an open mind,
participles-of-past are now the receptacles-of-future,
champs or chumps the difference is u….
Clearly my mind was in need of a cleaning utensil of equal proportional, if not greater then all the accumulated studies of living in times of past, where on a long walk of art-full conclusion in the trees of my forest, I came upon some hemlock that was busy keeping meter with the birds of prey….
....and from this angle of mis-matched pieces,, I knew their was some ‘wood joinery’ that had come my way….
....all my wood is but a field of word-hay, be-fore my hands start to make wood-play….
....tis in the miracle of ‘wood art’, as wood birthed, that I can have some place to leave hand tooled marks, upon the slabs of wood that be-come after my manner….
”....i once thought my-self to be a bore, be-fore i learned of what use word’s could be in giving life, and from that place of next to wood, i soon bore learning of saving grace in lichened gardens of art-full ‘wood art’….”
-- --frank, NH, http://rusticwoodart.tumblr.com/