by English Muse

Austin Kleon turned black-out prose into a trendy art form. There are lots of marker poems out there now, but this one — created by a 20-year-old artist named Kitkat Pescon — is really special.

“I think of you in the in-between spaces. In the pause before the next heartbeat. In the clench of my chest before I exhale. In the swell of courage before I say hello. And perhaps, one day, our lives will occupy one space. Touched shoulders. Clasped hands. Shared secrets.”

(Via KitKat Pescon’s Tumblr page.)


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10 Responses to “I think of you…”

  1. brian says:

    nice…this is really cool…and they came up with quite a stirring bit of poetry…have yet to try this myself…perhaps i should…

  2. This is so beautiful and original. Thank you for a joyful post
    Bon weekend
    Helen xx

  3. Diana says:

    Mm, so poetic…

  4. penney says:

    Your blog gets more beautiful every day, if that’s possible!

  5. Katie says:

    This is really cool! We were just talking about non-traditional and “found” poetry in one of my classes last week. It’s great to see it executed in a beautiful and stirring manner!

  6. I watched a documentary with Jean Micheal Basquet- that they would do something similar- to see the profond come out in accidental art. :)

  7. This is so beautiful, I haven’t seen poems like this before

  8. Sharmaine Ruth says:

    That is so beautiful :)

  9. Diana says:

    This is absolutely breathtaking. I want it on my wall. Thanks for sharing!

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