There’s a new “Art, Rocks!” Artist in Town

My Nephew Tommy’s going to take my place someday!

Message from Tommys Mother Liz;

“Tommy drew pictures on rocks for you like you drew for him.

I think the first one are people walking the greasy pole…still trying to figure out the second one. Lol”

3 thoughts on “There’s a new “Art, Rocks!” Artist in Town

  1. Very nice Paul, A little poem in your area of whales and also for the next rock painter dedicated to you both! Great tee-shirt too! Dave:-) & Kim 🙂

    Posted : 2015-07-29 19:20
    Updated : 2015-07-29 19:20

    http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2015/07/181_183799.html

    Jeong Ho-seung’s poem (4)
    For a Whale

    If there is no whale in the
    If there is no whale in the blue sea,

    it is not a blue sea.

    If I do not rear a blue-sea whale

    in my heart,

    I am not young.

    One who does not yet know that the blue sea

    is said to be blue for the sake of the whale

    does not yet know love.

    The whale too now and then rises above the horizon

    and gazes up at the stars.

    I, too, for the sake of the whale within my heart,

    now and then gaze up at the stars.
    The Korea Times has begun to publish Jeong Ho-seung’s poems every Thursday. Jeong is the most widely read and well-loved poet in Korea today. His work expresses the joy and sorrow of life in ways that are immediately accessible to people of all ages.

    In “For a Whale,” the presence of the whale, the poem says, is what makes the blue sea blue, bringing it to life. The whale’s energy and size are like the vitality, the hope and love contained in young hearts, but those need to be nurtured constantly or they might wither under the pressures of daily life, with its disappointments and sorrows. The secret of what makes the sea blue is linked to the unique value of love in life. Hope and love gaze up at the countless stars and gain courage.

    The Korea Times has begun to publish Jeong Ho-seung’s poems every Thursday. Jeong is the most widely read and well-loved poet in Korea today. His work expresses the joy and sorrow of life in ways that are immediately accessible to people of all ages.

    In “For a Whale,” the presence of the whale, the poem says, is what makes the blue sea blue, bringing it to life. The whale’s energy and size are like the vitality, the hope and love contained in young hearts, but those need to be nurtured constantly or they might wither under the pressures of daily life, with its disappointments and sorrows. The secret of what makes the sea blue is linked to the unique value of love in life. Hope and love gaze up at the countless stars and gain courage.

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