Abstract Oil Alliteration

Posted: September 16, 2012 in Uncategorized
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her gradient surface exterior

formed a lyric silhouette

to artist absorbed in thinking,

once at a ball had spoken

touching her tresses

out of husbands view

color of copper tangled the light

adding shine to his fingers

that lingered,

rich tones of whispered voice,

tremor in her breast

she agreed,

silent devoid of gown

peering at lilting gentle curves

hips with saunter

to a secret fold,

sensuous to a point

no absinthe was needed,

eyes reached drew her in

translated by brush and palette

knife,

rendering it all for gallery and

history,

and his unquenched desire

Comments
  1. JulesPaige says:

    Now there can be a continued story here as well. Your words painted a different hook, line and sinker. Well baited or rather well wordled.

    Stop by and visit the rest of the story verses anytime on their own pages at:

    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/

  2. Trellissimo says:

    Lyrical lines can be written, as well as drawn…

  3. knightsheart says:

    Wow! Love “his unquenched desire”
    Great art of words.

  4. Love this one, Chris! Well done.

  5. Lovely painting and capture of the model ~ Beautiful share ~

  6. anl4 says:

    For the gallery and history….nicely done.

  7. markwindham says:

    Ah, the shy model captured for eternity. Well done

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