Creativity comes and goes. It is a feeling we all have at some point in our daily lives. It enables us to express ourselves in myriad of special ways. The first of course is art. It never really gets old. Art is beautiful and sometimes descriptive. We use art in many different ways. It shapes our world and the society we live in.
Today, I wanted to pen some poems about creativity and how hard it can be to accomplish. I hope my poems inspires you in some way shape or form. We all need creativity to get things done. Here is my ode to creativity.
If I Could Paint
If I could take a paintbrush
I would paint the sea
With the greatest amount of creativity
I would paint a orange and green ocean
The meadows and brooks in
Laying happily like a turtle
In between the slopes
The sand beneath its feet
in the bright and summer heat
The palpitating air
blowing across the earth
Like shattered glass
Creativity raises it head against
The gusting wind at its neck
Leaving the paper frail
Like newborn babies
It cry is loudly heard.
Mother nature where wonderful
In sheer beauty like the
gravity and sound
The headache that keeps on
Like a needle put to skin
Perplexed and skilled
This headache kills
any creative thought
The mind has spilled to
Theblogchick (author) from United States on February 23, 2021:
Thanks Tracy, Im glad you found my poems as interesting as a famous Poet. I appreciate your feedback.
tracy collins from GA on February 22, 2021:
Those are great poems and I loved reading them. As good as Amanda Gorman .
Harriet Dionela from Taguig City, Philippines on February 22, 2021:
I love the whole poem my favorites are Headache and Mother Nature.
manatita44 from london on February 22, 2021:
Extremely beautiful poetry! Much promise here.
Nithya Venkat from Dubai on February 21, 2021:
Lovely poems, I enjoyed reading them.
BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on February 21, 2021:
Very good writing.
If I could paint is by far my favorite. I love this line...Laying happily like a turtle
Then second place is Headache.
Thanks for sharing.