3 Sep


This duet is surrounded by a story written by Christopher De Voss with Long Awkward Pause.  The picture is of my friend Kristina Hickman and taken at an abandoned rail maintenance station in El Reno, Oklahoma.  I really love how this simple duet turned into a complete piece of mixed media.  Please visit Long Awkward Pause and give them a much deserved follow!IMG_0224 copyWritten by Christopher De Voss and Hastywords

On the south side of Hampton stood the projects.

The projects were several blocks of German brick townhouses and single story shops that were now vacant. It was once an artsy neighborhood where the upper middle class lived and played. You could walk out your front door, then walk down the street to the local wine and cheese shop for a quick sample every Saturday. Over the sound system some new age music of some sort or other would…

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5 Responses to “LYRICAL GRAFFITI”

  1. LadyPinkRose September 3, 2014 at 8:54 PM #

    Christopher, I followed you from Petals. You are just among many blogs who should be in my reader that are not. If I don’t catch you at Petals, I don’t get over here. I do apologize for not showing my support. I have put in a huge complaint to WP but so far no solutions, and you know what? I am not holding my breath. Thank you for this wonderful post!! I really enjoyed it. Love, Amy

    • Christopher De Voss September 3, 2014 at 9:59 PM #

      Thank you so much. I don’t post here very often anymore. You can find me at with a team of gifted writers. You rock, Amy!

      • LadyPinkRose September 3, 2014 at 10:20 PM #

        Oh wow, thank you, Christopher! I am so touched! I will make sure I follow You put a smile on my face and I really mean that. I am just about dropping being so tired …. on my way to DreamLand. With Love and (((HUGS))) Amy

      • Christopher De Voss September 4, 2014 at 12:26 AM #

        Sleep tight!

  2. robertmgoldstein December 9, 2014 at 7:27 PM #

    fantastic work.

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