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Goss Keracey

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Goss Keracey is an American poet,
essayist, and writer currently
residing in Lexington, KY.

He writes about love, life,
relationships, learning, philosophy,
and living with depression.

Goss Keracey, Goss, Keracey, Lexington, Kentucky, KY, Author, Writer, Writing, Love, Poet, Poetry, Poem, Article, Essay, Essayist, Journalist, Journalism, Artist, Illustrator, Designer, Art, Comics, Entertainment, Business, Philosophy, Academics, Photographer, Sculptor, Painter, Mathematician, Logician, Intellectual, Genius, Critic

We spent our
Sunday afternoon
Pouring love on a canvas,
Stroke by careful stroke,
Spilling the universe from
Felt tip markers.
You asked if I wanted
To make an owl,
I said,
“We don’t have
The right colors.”
You just laughed
And said,
“There’s no such thing
As the wrong colors.”
And in that moment
I wanted to hug you
And weep.


2 comments on “Owl

  1. This is touching and beautiful. It reminds me of a thought that came to me the other day: “There is no wrong way to describe the sunset.” Here’s an acrostic poem for you as a way of saying thanks for sharing. 🙂

    One views the
    World with eyes for
    Love all one’s own.

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