Street art poetry: Collaboration by Resa and i

This is Charlie Zero’s & my second Street Art Poetry collaboration. We want it to become a movement. There will be a third!

Charlie Zero The Poet

Resa Mcconaghy and I collaborated on ‘street art poetry’.
Her interpretation of my words is an 80’s futurism vibe,
blending psychedelic trance & sci-fi spectrum kaleidoscope colors.

She is a rock star and a brilliant painter/artist/poet/ designer/
& photographer. Much praise to her incredible work and contribution
to the arts and community. 🙂

Without further ado here’s a poem and photography of amazing art.

Unzip the clock –
Inside
origins pulsate.
Every color hatches
a rotten piano.

The Flowers blend in with the art.
Resa, you captured this shot so well. I love it. 🙂

This photo shot is perfect!

All the colors and the words awake the enigma eye.

The hot pink, black, green, & white looks so hypnotizing and spectacular.

The eye is unzipping the clock.

The Monarch Butterfly observing and understanding the poem. 🙂

Please visit Resa’s page:https://graffitiluxandmurals.com/

Art Gowns:https://artgowns.com/

Queen’s end: https://queensend.wordpress.com/

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45 thoughts on “Street art poetry: Collaboration by Resa and i

  1. I am up for a third. I wonder what words we can use to bring something together.

    I’m so proud of you Resa. Our movement ‘Street art Poetry’ is ready. 🙂 And world should know this. 🙂

    Bless you so much and many hugs to you. 🙂

    1. I think… just what you said. Something about “Street Art Poetry” is ready for the world, and everyone should write some, on the street! 😀
      We need to encourage/fuel it! 😀
      HUGS, Charlie!

    1. You’re right, the butterfly was/is special.
      We planted Milkweed in the back 4 years ago. It’s the only plant Monarchs lay their eggs in. This is the first year we have Monarchs born in our garden. 😀

    1. Always great to see you, Rebecca! I’m hoping to see more poetry in the street.
      The city has already painted over it. I am undaunted. I own that door, and I will paint another micro poem on it that is written byCharlie. 😀

      1. The city painted over the work?

        No worries…I have tons of micropoems that you and I, can choose from. 🙂
        Will put something on the door again. 🙂

        🙂

        What would you like me to write next? or would you like me to send you something?

        🙂 We both did a great job and we rock together. 🙂

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