A bookworm's journal
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Monet Sunset, 1880 (An Original Poem)
One hundred and thirty-four years ago,
A man named Claude chose colors just so.
On canvas he captured his dream of the sky –
A misty cloud river, the sun’s golden eye.
He noticed each streak and shadow and hue
And wrung every drop from the beauty that’s blue,
He added some rose and a touch of fuzzed peach,
And showed slender limbs in their sinuous reach.
One hundred and thirty-four years have gone by,
But today I am blessed by his dream of the sky.
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