The world has lost in body not only one of the great modern day poets, but an extraordinary human being as well. My dear friend and fellow social activist artist Janet Perkins Caldwell recently passed away from cancer. I am confident Janet’s creativity, words and deeds, her contributions to the world will be remembered by all those she touched with the spirit of her gentle love and peace.

Above all else, Janet was a spiritual being of the highest order and her path in life was to experience it from the perspective of a mystic. She revealed this spiritual path in the physical through the artistry of her poetic words. Her words in written form when read were found to be absolutely real, original, at times raw and so pure they would touch the very fabric of your soul.

I, as many others reap the blessings of knowing Janet Perkins Caldwell for sure. Her spirit and friendship has enriched our lives forevermore and we are better human beings because she was able to touch the very fabric of our soul.

Read more about Janet at The Hamilton Gallery ~ Online here:

Peace and Love….

~Keith Alan Hamilton~

Author: ~Keith Alan Hamilton~

~Keith Alan Hamilton~ is a Pro-Human, Social Activist Performance Artist and Mystic Philosopher. The full emergence of Keith’s artistically creative and socially proactive lived experience includes being an Author/Writer (Poet), Publisher and Editor. He is the creator of the book series Nature ~ IQ: Let’s Survive, Not Die ! The Images with Words Series: on the Road with ~Keith Alan Hamilton~ and the Muse Series. Keith is a fervent promoter of other social activist artists at The Hamilton Gallery ~ Online. Keith writes a spiritually philosophical blend of poetry and prose that’s often further pictorialized with his Smartphone photography. Keith is also an exhibited social activist artist and draws attention to the PRO-HUMAN message flowing within his creations through the act of performance art. While participating in charitable and athletic events, Keith artistically creates a body metaphor (wearing dark clothes with a hood) to bring back to light out of the darkness, to air out, and confront through the healing process of dialogue, those inhibitions and predispositions that work against finding any cure for societal ills. Read further about   ~Keith Alan Hamilton~