The drawing selected for February, is one I drew in 2016. Drawn after several apricity poems were written, it was also inspired by the word apricity.
As mentioned in previous notes, while living in cramped spaces, my exercise routine took place outside. Oftentimes before sunrise, whenever the weather allowed and the rising sun could be seen, I would often bask in it’s glow once my routine was done.
If you glimpsed through January’s Cadent Poems, the drawing Cadences is explained as being somewhat of a self-portrait much like February’s Apricitied is. Although taken from a different location and as abstract as it may be, it was drawn while thinking of when I would lean back against the metal posts of a pier while enjoying the bliss of the sun shining on me and warming me.
In celebration of Valtentine’s Day, I added a few more images to Febraury’s Image page. Scroll down to look through Cadence’s Heart Gallery.
Although not the shape of a heart, the pink dot is an actual photo of the sun. An image included with a poem I wrote called Sweet Love, to read more on this photo and the poem, please visit Becoming a Poem : 22 for you and select Sweet Love from the drop-down menu.
Rocky Hearts, the photo featured on February’s Cadent Poems’ page, is a photo linked to a poem written and inspired by these two rocks. To read more about this photo and the poem, please visit Becoming a Poem : 22 for you and select Rocky Hearts from the drop-down menu.
Another February heart taken by the sea, this is a photo of my feet. Covered in warm boots, again standing at a pier, I recalled making snow-angels as a kid, but instead of lying down and swishing around, I let me feet do the work. To view more February love-themed words accompanied with photos, please visit WordPics.
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