Starry Night – Picasso Tilt-Shifted

Starry Night – Picasso Tilt-Shifted

Tilt-Shift created by Serena Malyon 2010

Tilt-Shift created by Serena Malyon ©2010

Nights like these draw me outside

Like a moth to a flame

City lights mask the beauty

of the heavens …

of the stars…

Starry Nights

Walking away from

the those killing lights

I can feel the stars…

their warmth…

their beauty…

I can hear

their songs

across the universe

Turning my face

to the stars

I bath in their light

much like a sun worshiper

I am a star worshiper

I need their healing light

their ancient wisdom

to restore me…





Copyright © 2015 Annie – Original Poetry
Always…I wish you peace, joy and happiness, but most of all I wish you Love.
As Ever, Annie

In response to Writing Outside the Lines Weekly Writing Challenge … Prompt 5:

Along with good poetry, I love good art. I found an amazing site where Serena Malyon/Artcyclopedia used a technique called Tilt-Shift on Van Gogh’s paintings. Instead of the viewer seeing the entire piece of art as it was painted, Serena ‘shifted’ the viewer perspective to a selected section of the painting making it crisp and clear with the other parts slightly out of focus. The results are stunning. Using the Tilt-Shift version of The Starry night created by Serena Malyon write to your heart’s content. Choose the tilt-shift section or another part…or, write about your impression of this technique. Remember you are in charge of your words, there is no ‘right or wrong’ with this process other than to have FUN!


One Response to Starry Night – Picasso Tilt-Shifted

  1. Love this Annie … like you I listen to the whispers of the stars … the ancient wisdom they hold … keep listening … ;)))


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