Vivid Artistry

She was a woman of
vivid emotions,
artistic renditions,
and bold strokes
dwelled deep in some magical potion

He was a man lost in her enamor
scrawling endlessly,
sketching passionately,
painting vigorously,
putting forward a vague attempt
to arrest her shining countenance
in the universe of his desirous thoughts

Copyright © Shantanu Baruah

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91 thoughts on “Vivid Artistry”

  1. Some of the old style painters from many life times ago were known to have some sorts of mental disorders. Where they actually painting a real live lady or did a being from the other level down come up to take her position for the artist ?

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  2. Beautiful Shontanu. I hope he managed it in the end. I concur with calmkate that this is much easier to read. I never saw your response when you were asked why you put some words in bold or italics. I thought it must be because you did something that we used tondo in my writing group. We would get a ductionary and clise our eyes and point at a word. We used about seven wirds usually. Then we had to incorpirate them into a poem. It was quite interesting. Is that what you were doing?

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      1. It is just goid to read your pietry however you do it. It isvreak fun though, poiting at words in a ductionary and seeing what kind of a piem you can make out of the. It can end up quite funny too lol

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