Tag Archives: surrealart

“Decisions and Consequences” by Ezequiel Piola

Like a piano
On a HipHop tune, we give
Flavour to the beat. (jf)

“Decisions and Consequences I” by Ezequiel Piola

Like a broken drum
We still give rhythm to noise,
Breaks to melodies. (jf)

“Decisions and Consequences II” by Ezequiel Piola

Pictures by Ezequiel Piola, poetry by Jonathan.

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“Why We Are Here” by Mietzekatze3847

Just love.

This we ALL have in common, every single person. Like this we are all united, without borders, hate, anger, exclusion…

These turn difficulties into horror. And arrogance, dominance and ignorance are the course to hell.

“Why We Are Here” by Mietzekatze3847

Picture and words by Mietzekatze3847.

“Transcellular Energy Exchange” by Evamaria Freshmaker

The feather: Bird’s sword.
The bug: Bird’s food. The sun: Bird’s
Map. The human: Bird. (jf)

“Transcellular Energy Exchange” by Evamaria Freshmaker

Picture by Evamaria Freshmaker, poetry by Jonathan.

“Why Are We Here” by Mike Hundeshagen

Why are we here?
Caged in fragile body’s
Strapped in skinny skinny membranes
Of thousands and millions of cells
Manifested in mater, slow energy
Inaudible frequencies, but visible
Touchable, so we could touch ourselves
Feel us, experiencing our inner core
To being more than changing fractals
Being more than light
Being more than darkness
Being more than a question:
Why are we here?
Cause the answer is divine
And it lays inside
God
We are here!

“Why Are We Here” by Mike Hundeshagen

Picture and poetry by Mike Hundeshagen.

“To The God Of Your Mind” by Mike Hundeshagen

-To the god of your mind-

In my mind, there is a sandbox.
In the middle of empty space, great like the outer space.
Thousands and millions of data streams floating through the space.
I grab them and direct them into my little sandbox.
With bare hands, god-like, I transform them into light, pure energy.
Create patterns to visualize their frequency.
And I build monuments of thoughts, not with stones, just with patterns.

“To The God Of Your Mind” by Mike Hundeshagen

Picture and poetry by Mike Hundeshagen.