"He, odd as a fork, was matched with a spoon.
He, constant as sunrise; she moody as moon.
(They woo'ed in the springtime and married in June.)
His course like a river with thoughts apt to wander,
Her, deep as an ocean with mysteries to ponder.
His squareness a building, her roundness a wheel,
he'd clunk past emotions she'd tenderly feel.
(Yet betwixt them, devotion was real.)"
These verses are excerpts of my poem, The Geometry of Genealogy,
...written to link the generations into the human chain,
which we call "family". My poem inspired this illumination.
A copy of this poem is included with each print.
Each print will be artist-signed and numbered.
© 2001 Olympic Art Studio, Gael McNealy
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