Plants and arrangement

November 21st, 2015, 9am

It was 27°C with few clouds. The breeze was gentle.

Today I have been pondering a lot on my brother’s ability to arrange things. He is able to clean up spaces so neatly… no matter where the space maybe… virtually, physically, on paper, his room.

My pops used to say, learn from your brother he has more “home sense”. But then I will laugh, ” that’s not true “. Well maybe I didn’t understand him then and I still don’t. I haven’t gained a complete sense about what about my younger brother he was making reference to.

I wonder to myself where he had that gift from and why I don’t have it. I can’t clean that well. I can’t arrange that well. And the more I think about it the more it becomes clear to me how various art forms and it’s aesthetics is about arrangement of parts and space.

So as much as I enjoy arts how come I don’t have this gift and how can I develop this ability of arranging. Asking myself this question, I spotted the pawpaw tree in the shot and how without effort, naturally, has been able to arrange its fruits and leaves and even the scales on its bark. Isn’t it beautiful. Whew… nature, what a master arrange,what a master artist.

Irla said thanks.

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Samuel Alomenu

I write. I sketch. I mull over things and I think about alternatives. @sammidelali

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