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poetry, sliver oil painting, landscape metaphor, timeless life and death


Most of "Lacing Life and Death" is underground. Life smells like dirt, decaying and renewing. Lewis’ “Meadow Turf” inspired the painting. ” The life of the meadow into a deep embrace Far underground, and all their shoots, wet at the base With shining dew, dry-crested with sun, Springing out of a mould years old; Leaves, living and dead, whose stealing Odors on the cold bright air shed healing- Oh, heart, here is your healing, here among The fragrant living and dead. “