Brushes & Strokes

 

Painting a smile, painting a cry

This life is a painting of us

Painting a pain, painting a pleasure

This us is a painting of life

 

Every shade means something

Depicting drama, depicting chronicles

We colored our days and nights

Setting us free to brush what are us

 

There are orbits and drowning cows

Thirty armies of running horses

The rivers and the seas meet

All sceneries captured on our canvass

 

We trap beautiful mermaids in the ocean

Charming the little seahorses and blue dolphins

They froze as big pictures on our frameworks

Painting this world as it spins round and round

 

 

2012

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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27 Responses to Brushes & Strokes

  1. persuaded2go says:

    Very nice!!!

  2. JRJ2015 says:

    Hey Chester, how do we add music to our blogs?

  3. Lamberta says:

    I have always liked the philosophy that we are a blank canvas waiting to be colored by our actions.

  4. I have over 40 years of paintings on my canvas!

  5. Hi there ….. You always had a nice poetry.

  6. Deb Sistrunk says:

    Spellbinding poems! Great site! This is my first visit, and I’m impressed.

  7. carpetbeater says:

    I think paint has been our mutual medium today, nice to meet ya Chester!
    Name’s Dave.

  8. i dig your poetry! i am also a painter so i relate well to this poetry so similar to painting.

  9. the image of spinning, that recalls a fast and whirling motion, and the painting itself where the spninning should be captured is a genius impulse.
    I loved it. all the words you chose, so witty!

  10. hi there

    thanks a million for liking my new post and without waiting for your approval I am going to reblog this poem ya…have a good day

  11. Reblogged this on Myblog's Blog and commented:
    This is a nice poem, a poem about us and around us..enjoy reading it dear friends and readers.

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