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The Forgotten Postcards – XII, Painting by Ivan Gomes, Watercolour on Paper

(Note to reader: I find a picture I like and write a poem about what I see. Hope you enjoy)

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

I Can Go Anywhere and Everywhere© 2015

Crossing the bridge

In the center of the city

While out for a bike ride us three

Early Sunday morning

Where we’re off to

We’ll have to wait and see

Decisions to make

On which road to take

Headed anywhere and everywhere

With time on our hands

And

Money in our pockets riding

Aimlessly about in this seemingly abandoned town

No matter to us

For the beauty of the day

Is a welcome companion

As

We carelessly laugh our time away

Still here on this bridge

Built as big as life

That’s home to all the roads

Leading anywhere and everywhere


Louis Anquetin – 1861-1932 Au Moulin Rouge oil on canvas

(Note to reader: I find a picture I like and write a poem about what I see. Hope you enjoy)

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

A Woman of Leisure© 2015

I am a woman of leisure

My time is my own

I’ve become a watcher of people

Those that I watch, watch me

But they are not free like me

I am free to be here under my umbrella

Watching all that might be

Some smile when they see me

Some wish they were more like me

Others wish I was more like them

While I’m happy just to be me

A woman of leisure


Tiny Library

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

A Tiny Library near you©

All the books you could ever want

Messier than most would ever allow

But a cozy secret little place

No one else knows about

You can hide for hours

Without despair

Until ready

To come

Up for

Air


Henri Lebasque French Post-Impressionistic painter

Lebasque met Camille Pissarro and Auguste Renoir

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

I see a painters desire to focus on a woman he adore

Making the sofa larger so the viewer has no choice but to notice her

In her elegant beauty hoping each person who sees her will too be captivated by her


New Age, chakra and Kundalini art

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

Mother earth checking in on one of her angels

In a world that is forever changing

In a place where earth and other planets safely coexist

And their vast beauty is emulated through space and time

There are no more worries and there is a peaceful existence


Girodet: Romantic Rebel

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

It is obvious that Girodet is a romanticist

I see here men of honor, holy men, and royal men

Biding for attention from one-another

They struggle for order, and control of leadership

There is a need to protect what is theirs

Their women search for freedom

From the bowels of their own destruction

While longing for affection

From those meant to protect them

Both evil and death fight for their rightful place among the living

Tempting their very fate

Oh how mighty is the web they tangle


Beautiful Octopus Pictures: Masters of Disguise and Agile Hunters