Wednesday, February 12, 2014

it may not be wildstyle graffiti but…


photo © 2014 jennifer wagner


maybe it’s both

criminal
and an art
the way you scribbled
and scratched
past my walls

with your heart



© 2014 Jennifer Wagner



Photo:  My hubby tried his hand at some love proclamation graffiti—inside our house -ha.  We’re painting the interior walls this week.

*Wildstyle graffiti is a complicated and intricate form of graffiti.


P.S. J hearts I too.  Happy Valentine’s Day!

28 comments:

  1. LOVE! How change opens our eyes to the poetic!

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  2. How fun to graffiti your own walls! Could just imagine what I'd end up with if I suggested this idea to my kids! I like the "scribbled and scratched past my walls".

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  3. heck you should leave that up, Jennifer! :) and a really cool pen, too ~

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  4. Oh what a good idea! I'm going to do it before I next paint . . . . The rhyme is splendid too!

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  5. Oh, I love this so much... I hope you have a great V's Day.

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  6. smiles...criminal...maybe in stealing your heart....
    lovely short j....

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  7. Etched on the heart, forever. Great image and i can taste the emotion. Well done.

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  8. Clever!!! Fun to read "not just another love poem". I appreciate your originality and fresh voice.

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  9. I LOVE this - the graffiti and the scribbling past your walls with his heart. Wonderful!

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  10. As there are emotions involved the image can be seen in all goodness as a beautiful thing! Nicely Jennifer!

    Hank

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  11. remembering a song years back by Carly Simon--
    "do the walls fall down when you think of me"

    let them all fall!

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  12. I like this little number.
    both criminal and art...a nice combination...

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  13. scribbling heart on our walls..............deep meaning..............

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  14. Oh, I love this! Your hubby is such a romantic. And your poem is a clever play on words ... sweet! You should keep the graffiti. Smiles :)

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  15. What a sweet poem AND sweet message!

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  16. Short and passionate ~ i love the graffiti art ~

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  17. Matters little -how- it is brought to the fore, 'tis the feeling that is truly human.
    __Yet... one can never dismiss the feeling of that heart filled scribble, and the thought behind... that loving graffiti !

    _m

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  18. Romance is not dead! Love your husband's style!

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  19. A sweet moment with your hubby--nice what you made of it here--Happy Valentine's!

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  20. J, the lines are beautiful. The hubby deserves a hug for the try :)

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  21. I like the graffiti...As they say, 'the brightest glow comes from love light.' :)

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  22. paint away
    fun way to create the perfect Valentine

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  23. Love the simplicity of this poem.

    scribbled
    and scratched
    past my walls

    And the artwork is perfect here.

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