19 June 2017
Asked where he got the material
for his plays, Molière said:
“Je le prends où je le trouve,”
“I take it from wherever I find it.”
Here, before the water tower,
I find the tower to be a ground
level water tank, no tower at all.
The first steel band, the horizon,
is composed of yellow lilies.
Above them, the Kingsbrae Café shares
the second band with the gardens’ windmill.
Twin pointed roofs and the windmill’s
thin sails reach up to the skyline
with its background of trees
silhouetted against an egg-shell sky.
Art is in the eye of the beholder
or the artist and can be seen
wherever it can be found.