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April is the homing month
When artists long for space
To sculpt and paint and scribble
To serve the human race.
Sometimes a lucky artist
Will find a place called home;
But if her luck should run out,
Then she is bound to roam.

Poem and photo © 2017 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on April 5, 2017, in 5-7-5, Ajo, Arizona, haiku, light verse, Midweek Motif, Poets United, Rhyming poetry, Ruby Tuesday Too and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Isn’t this the truth. That school sounds like a wonderful place to be.

  2. Sounds like a really cool place.

  3. April, huh? I wonder if this roaming is synonymous with Spring Fever? LOL.

  4. In reality creative art flourishes in any environment as artists can express themselves as easily in poverty as in comfort. However Curley school clearly fills the needs of some.

  5. This would be a lovely place to be any month of the year.

  6. Ah, a place, where gray overcast skies are, just a rumour. Now, I could live there, knowing, I have one less trigger, for my chronic depression.

  7. Nice!!!
    Have a wonderful Wednesday

    much love…

  8. like the story connected with April…hope every one is lucky 😉

  9. Ah ~ yes ~ we do like to keep creating ~ lovely post and poem ~ thanks

    Wishing you a delightful week ~ ^_^

  10. wonderful to find an art community that you can call home. Tho many artists do like their solitude.
    Happy April!

  11. Yes. April does seem to activate the creativity of artists. Some seek community, I like my room at home.

  12. The school looks to be a place where artists find inspiration in a community of like-minded people. Loved your poem !

  13. Teacher, this was beautiful. thank you.

  14. This poem has a very peaceful theme….I like the idea of a ‘homing month.’

  15. This poem definitely has an April feel to it! Smiles.

  16. What a wonderful place dedicated to the inspiration and creativity of the artistically inclined.


  17. Rosemary Nissen-Wade

    Sounds wonderful! (Luckily poets need little space.)

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