Tear Fall, poem by Carolyn Donnell; mixed media by Bea Garth

Editor’s Note: Carolyn Donnell wrote this poem long ago, but feels its just as appropriate today. I agree.

Tear Fall                                                                              

At The River mixed media by Bea Garth, copyright 2014

At The River mixed media by Bea Garth, copyright 2014

How can there possibly be
any tears left
in this overworked factory
of passions and feelings
they call a heart.
And yet,
here I am
again.
A waterfall of emotions,
unending,
cascading
down the cliffs
of my mind.

by Carolyn Donnell

Note: Carolyn Donnel is a versatile artist. A past musician, she has been writing novels the last few years, and has been writing poetry since the sixties. Two of her novels are: BLOOD WILL TELL and DEEPER COLORS. Both available at https://www.amazon.com/C.-S.-Donnell/e/B017GGDZTI/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1479357901&sr=1-2-ent

Bea Garth is a painter, poet and ceramic sculptor. She won 1st prize for painting at the 9th 2016 Art/Slant Showcase.



Categories: mixed media by Bea Garth, poem by Carolyn Donnell

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