Goldfinch60

Stunning Art.



Once more he has done it,

The artist has sent me into raptures.

The diversity of colours draw me in,

Draw me in to the scene,

And as I look I start walking,

Walking through the picture

Towards the horizon,

Towards my future,

Towards my eternity.

Comments5

  • orchidee

    Yes a good pic from M. and a good write from you Gold.

  • Michael Edwards

    Wow - you've more than done it justice = many thanks Andy.

    • Goldfinch60

      Thank you MIchael, most kind, it was what your art inspired me to write.

      Andy

    • dusk arising

      No matter where it comes from, we are all so inspired to express how lifted we are by certain happenings. Today your piece truly demonstrates how this wonderful picture has entered your soul and imagination.

      • Goldfinch60

        Thank you d a, it certainly did that.

      • Andrew Charles Forrest

        Very touching both of you Bravo!

        • Goldfinch60

          Thank you Andrew, much appreciated.

          Andy

        • ANGELA & BRIAN

          ANGELA HERE - Each Member of MPS has their part (however small) to play on MPS to make the Daily Whole exponentially better than the sum of the parts ! Where would it be without MIKES Paintings - FAYS incredible Poetry - STEVES Spiritual input - JOKER 44s Qirkiness and YOUR eclectic choice of Music to satisfy our souls. This is why (despite limited Time) BRIAN & I try to visit & comment every day. To us it is the best Poetry Site (on line) ever !
          Thanks for the VIDEO ! This is an elegant piece but I find LISZT much more difficult than CHOPIN. Lang Lang is one of my fave pianists. He makes it look easy and sound sublime. Love the Picture & the Poem. Uncle MIKE with His perfect Paintings & quirky Poems light up MPS every day for us - He is a GEM !

          Blessings & Peace to You & Yours
          Love Angela & Brian 💛💛💛💛💛

          • Goldfinch60

            Thank you Angela, you are right about Lang Lang he makes it look easy.

            Andy



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