Collectif Creativity: 29March2022

by Bobi Leutschaft Poitras

Not very cheerful…but I drew a picture  🙂

Crucifying Myself

What is a door 
But a thing to walk through
Or close on the world
As I so often do

I keep a pen
And a bottle of gin
Under my pillow
Just in case it busts in

I’ve written down
In my journal of rust
All the humans I know
And the dogs that I trust

I have kept track
Of each stitch that I got
And keep every scar
In a little green pot

Here by my side
Lie my most cherished thoughts
So cuddly and warm
And all tangled in knots

My well-laid plans
Come to me in the night
To sleep at my feet
As I turn out the light

All hope is pinned
On a board in the hall
It’s not very much
So it’s written real small

In the event
that it all somehow fails
I still have my crutch
And this bucket of nails


©Bobi Leutschaft Poitras, February 2022
Coloured Pencil on watercolour paper

Creativity has many forms. Collectif members, share yours! Send JPG images of your creative mind at work to cagac.ca@gmail.com with up to 100 words per image describing what you did, materials used, inspiration, etc. Maybe share how/if creativity helps. Please include size (height by width), title & media for all images. 

Writers – we really want to hear from you! Send us poetry, lyrics, an excerpt. Try to include an illustration of some sort. 

Give us informative, inspiring show & tell. Thank you!

8 comments

  1. Sometimes a smile is the only thing to ward off sadness
    How strange it is that we find it easy
    To give to
    Others
    Yet not so easy to turn it inwards to
    Ourselves

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    • I use my art to ward off sadness – the more I put on paper and canvas, the less is left inside of me. And yes, easier to give than receive… Thanks for reading!

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