Still Life

“When you want to sing a song, you don’t think much about what you put into the song. The desire to sing arises naturally when a person is capable to admire life, to enjoy life.

Every minute the world around you dictates the theme you want to sing at that moment. And a poet should sing like that, expressing in art – in painting, in stone, in poems – what has attracted him.

Maybe, at first glance, it is something insignificant, but still it is necessary to be able to admire it. You have to be able to admire every particle of life around you and try to share that joy.”