Found Art & Writing
by Alex Ottenstein,
derived from the protected work of others, as listed.
From ‘The Great Gatsby’
by F.Scott Fitzgerald ©1925
Extraordinary, this unbroken heart;
riotous when afraid, quivering on the horizon -
opened more than you’ve been meant to detect
(reserve any unjustly intimate judgments
if I repeat this way I felt, forever).
‘Late Summer Sunset’
Freedom! Trees and busts of leaves shining high!
Summer secrets red and gold, promising to unfold;
life isn’t limited to obvious things well-rounded.
All is one! Natural chance separated by sinister season -
between them lived perpetual confusion –
perfect ovals of the most physical dissimilarity!
‘Walking Into The Wind’
Warm eyes seemed to speak an opinion of me,
one moved by a pale rippled sea.
With gorgeous, deft movements,
the daisy stood for the afternoon.
Oh, this idea, ‘The Dominant Race’ ought to be utterly submerged. It’s an expression of a terrible civilization. To be accepted, continually, unobtrusively, with anticipation, is a fine thought.
All races are art; it’s up to us!!
‘Don’t Think Innocently’
Connecting, among candles and verandas…
In a perfect twilight, a romantic glance said I want you…Again.
Intriguing eyes – singing with meaning – flutter at me,
wanting to put instinct deep. down. into. body.