Temperature of Art by T. Ponder

Born in Seattle, Washington. Writer T. Ponder is taking readers to a new realm. “Temperature of art” displays poetry with realism, insight, and humor. Poems reflecting the growth he went through, while facing many life struggles. Being in his early twenties, he has faced many obstacles throughout life. The largest being the loss of his mother to cancer. He and his brother were raised by their loving grandmother. Journaling life through art has been a part of T. Ponder’s personal development, and it appears through his craft.

Excerpt

Panoramic love

Tide of my eyelids swallows my vision

While thoughts become weightless

The void of her has great precision

I shall remain stainless

Inside and outside

True love is reversible

With moments that confides

Every touch is not rehearsable

Air of despair is unaware

Our clarity is crystal

A thousand words within a stare

Although sight is fairly simple

With panoramic love

Fits us both like a glove

About the Author~T. Ponder

T. Ponder writes to touch readers through realism, insight, and humor. Covering topics such as: love, depression, achievement, and life experience. T. Ponder has faced many obstacles throughout life. The largest being the loss of his mother to cancer. He and his brother were raised by their loving grandmother. Journaling life has always been T. Ponder’s hobby. At the age of sixteen he picked up a pen and has been writing poetry ever since. T. Ponder is inspired by Poet Pablo Neruda, Singer/Songwriter Sade, and Rap Artist The Jacka. The first work of art completed by T. Ponder is titled “Temperature Of Art” which has 25 poems, and 2 short stories. He attempts to take readers to a new realm with innovative writings.

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