Ars Omnia

A photograph
is the before, during,
and after.

It is
a movie that
can be different

every time it is seen.
A poem is like that –
sometimes

a photograph,
sometimes a movie,
sometimes everything.

P. H. Coleman graduated a fine art BA, sold shoes and ad copy, and taught chemistry at university and high school for years. Though a PMY, he still has things to say, and has done so in obscure publications in Vermont and Missouri. He is at present safely woven into the Vermont hills with three dogs who tell him what to write.

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1 Response to Ars Omnia

  1. L.K. Latham says:

    Oh yes! Art is everything and nothing – depending on who’s looking.

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