Sunday, February 05, 2006

Scribbles: Crayon Tries His Point at Poetry

This Just In from The 65th Crayon:

While in-between shoots, the 65th Crayon was able to sneak some time at a friend’s Malibu Beach home. He enjoyed himself drinking colorful summertime drinks by the pool overlooking the ocean in reclining chairs.

At one point during a particularly restful afternoon, the literary bug overtook him and he waxed poetically. He sent back his work to share with you.
It appears his classes in the Method Acting originated by Konstantin Stanislavski (author of Acting is Believing) has had some affect on his writing.
Coloring
Seeing red
Blue with needing
Green with insecurity
No love or money
Find the silver hiding
Midnight moonlight shining
Golden pink and purple sunrising
Brilliant saphire skies returning

We suggested he not quit his day job as a reporter.
—me strauss Letting me be

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2 comments:

Jennifer said...

LLLLLLLL-OOOOOOOOOOO-VVVVVVVVV-EEEEEEEEEE it!

He makes me smile, laugh, and think. Love his posts!

Happy Sunday!

ME Strauss said...

Hi Jennifer!
I'm delighted to hear and see you laughing so. I just had something go so good for me and your laughter puts a very nice cap on it.
Yea for us both.
Liz