Likely the most realistic of abstract self-portraits drawn over the years, this featured drawing was created for a poem that’s just as truthful in expression – this month’s featured poem, Newborn Beach.
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Although not designated as synonyms for one another, this month’s featured word and theme (truth & reality) could very well be twins.
The dictionary describes both truth and reality with words such as, real things and real events, but the reality is, this segment isn’t about the word reality, but reality as a theme, and how it relates to poetry.
Exerpts from the first of a 3-part segment, be sure to visit CadentWords for more truth about this month’s reality and other highlights too!
With only four lines offering a peek at this poem, discover this Newborn Beach in its entirety at CadentWords, where this month’s featured highlights focus on truth and reality and how it is expressed in poetry.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one’s a sneaky one!
Selected for its spotlight shining on the endless colour of the sky, this photo was originally designed to accompany a poem titled Landscape of Love and recently inspired the creation of a Bright Mud Light cartoon character.
View more Sky Light photos and read both poems by visiting CadentWords’ photo page: