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The Visual Poetry of Poeticah explores the boundaries between poetry, languages, and traditional with computer visual art.

This is a poem from my chapbook Blue Mundi.

<<Blue Mundi>> Réunion Parisienne A couple rolling sprinkled with leaves chestnut golden warms the shores of the river Seine Edith Piaf wrapped in velour shawl croons La Vie en Rose petite dots of colour a pointillist aquarelle More leaves pirouette falling golden down to copper into sienna The man - Vietnamese The woman - his rendez-vous Francais arabesque coeur-à-coeur graceful brush strokes a tromp l'oeil The next autumn Parisian yearning for hazel-eyed sandy-haired strokes strolling in a gallery in the Quartier Latin The man gropes for that sacre bleu moment soaks in Japonaiserie reflecting on Monet prints flowing into realistic oils Inside his dark-eyed musings the tromp l'oeil That same French breath in time longing for slant-eyed black-haired touch wondering in someone's atelier in Montparnasse The woman seeks that joie de vivre time dabbles through chinoiserie and decoupage walks by cloisonné and collage waving into impressionistic watercolors Within her light-eyed reflections the aquarelle Surprised they share their art on the banks of the Seine This time it's more than just an amour de voyage. <<Blue Mundi>>