b.z. niditch | kandinsky's light form

Wassily Kandinsky | Yellow-Red-Blue (1925)


Color alone
transforms us
in the Munich library
reading about Kandinsky
what shapes vary
a painter’s modern
half fractured ex rays
like jazz notes
floating in silhouettes
fleshing itself
set in surreal canvas
with a wet arm
in the chasm
of flowing tones
as art to music
in portrayal
of abstract
watered with
blazes of
half-light forms
with improvisation
in augmented chords
painted with sound
and eyes of bells
alarmed in the spectrum
in drawing
over a black sun
of our own experimentation.

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