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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Abstract Art

It was dark out there, and lights were reflecting on a window that had some kind of pinkish red pigment. Condensation from a quick change of temperature formed this interesting abstract image.

When we see things from only one angle, we miss so much. If the mind is flexible, a wondrous world opens up, not only in viewing things around us, but also in seeing people's positive potentials.


See all with your heart
through the complicated mess
feel sparks of wonder

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Liter-Arti 2019

Inviting you to a fun afternoon of poetry and music.
Thrilled to be among these talented poets and songwriters.
I will read a few poems from my book Island Lovers.
Looking forward to seeing you there.


Authors' Afternoon with Chris Hercules

Please join us for an exciting afternoon with our guest writer and story teller, Chris Hercules. He is among the new generation of spoken word artists who call themselves jazz poets. His material is inspired by jazz, world events, house music, and his everyday life experiences.



Friday, August 23, 2019

Night reflections


A cool summer night at Harbourfront
A Caribbean band's rhythm in the background
Lights flickering on the waves
Abstract art in the making


Reflections dancing on the water
gliding, swaying, shimmying, 
mesmerizing us with their 
shifting patterns 

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Rainbow over the falls


I was at Niagara Falls last week with some friends, and we were thrilled to see this beautiful rainbow spreading its happy colours over the powerful rush of falling water. 


arc of hope and joy
ephemeral, compelling
defies all danger




                            

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Authors' Afternoon with Honey Novick

Inviting you, book lovers and writers to meet our multi-talented guest author Honey Novick. She will talk about her latest poetry book, Undefeated Relevance and will share her writing tips with us.

Join us for an amazing afternoon with this dynamic poet and singer, and winner of the 2018 Canada 150 Outstanding Neighbours Award.


Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Creative vibes in Montreal.

Montreal always inspires me with its creative vibes. A few weeks ago, while we were walking through the Concordia University campus, we stumbled upon this sculpture. Mesmerizing. Just love the rhythmic movements propelled by the wind.

The Di-Octo is the creation of Anthony Howe, a kinetic wind sculptor. I'm fascinated by his work and checked them all. More if you click here.

Often, in our busy city lives, we forget to take time to enjoy art. Perhaps if we had sculptures like this in our concrete jungle, more people would be elated, joyful, and cope better with stress.



Tuesday, July 23, 2019

The Radiance of Light and Love


I was walking by Queen's Park the other day with a very dear friend, and the light was bathing the trees, grass, and people sitting by with a magical radiance. Even our friendship seemed to glow in it. Sunshine, like love, sheds light within us and around us. Wishing you all lots of light and love.