Taming This Tyke's Voice Since 2007

Jeques’s Art Portfolio (page 9)

I sketch a landscape in my mind’s canvas;
Tracing the figures using my child’s eyes.
Paint it with colors just the way it was.
I feel brimful of joy that my soul cries.
"rendezvous" series #2 oil on canvas, 20x20 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009
“rendezvouz” series #2 oil n canvas 20×20 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009

There’s the refulgent streams of the river
Flowing beneath the bamboos’ lush bowers.
Their drowsy whistles I still remember.
When winds blow through the leaves and the boulders.


There’s the rock that rests on the reef of stones,
Where the tyke sits when he would go fishing.
Silence croons him with nature’s pristine tones.
When a fish pulls his bait, his heart’s dashing.


There’s the lily that cupped the morn’s dewdrops.
Frogs stay motionless on their giant leaves,
Until an insect strays by their tongue traps.
Their prying eyes ever alert like thieves.


 There’s the damselfly that hovers above
My head and the tip of my fishing rod.
A scene I always remember with love,
It never fails to cheer me when I’m sad.

"rendezvous" series of 4, oil on canvas 20x20 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009

"rendezvous" series of 4, oil on canvas 20x20 by Jeques B. Jamora, 2009

There’s the sun peeping through the verdant trees;
Casting their shimmering hued reflections
On the running waters like pageantries.
Moving me to profound contemplations.


 Ah, idyllic landscape, ethereal arts.
We always have that child’s nook in our hearts.

(”Childhood Nook, Revisited!” From the poetry collection by: Jesus B. Jamora, 04/21/06)

"rendezvous" series #3
“rendezvous” series #3

19 rendezvous series


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2 responses

  1. rj

    bravo! glimpse of ordinary happenings left extraordinary imprints captured by the pen, brush and ink of an artist on canvas.

    AM00000070000003531 10, 2007 at 12:00 am08

    • cathy avelino

      Jecques I have a great admiration on your art works and poetry .You really expressed your heart in your craft. Thank you sharing your talent and your gift……


      PM000000100000005931 10, 2007 at 12:00 pm05

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