Dreaming Of Lupines

I like to write poetry for many of my artworks as an extension of creativity and expression to the world.

Here is my poem, “Dreaming of Lupines.”

Waiting
For you my love
Sweet gentle rain you bring
Life, sunshine, color, bloom, I am
Lupines

Close your eyes. Now, try to imagine what it is like to be “the Lupine” out in the desert.  Ask yourself… How would I feel if, I was this amazing wildflower.

But before I am this amazing flower, I am still a seed in the ground.  And so, I start thinking about “being the seed” and “waiting” for the precious rain to arrive. Waiting for the rain to come to give me life, allowing me, to be “me” and grow into an incredible display of color and beauty.

And it is here, that I begin to see and visualize how we humans are similar in many ways.  I believe in each of us we have this “seed” inside that lies a seed which is our true selves, our true calling, our true reason why the Creator put us here. Our goal in life is to find out what this seed is and become it.

And when you realize “your seed” than EVERTHING changes.

I hope this painting will inspire you to find your passion and become the amazing Lupine in all of us.

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“Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.”