Saturday, April 22, 2017

geometric forms in a kaleidoscopic insistence - T

                                                                     Attribution: Artist Mi Young Lee
Image: Bits of Inspiration (here)

T for Tantalisingly Appreciative  in the Quest to be Healthy

geometric forms in a kaleidoscopic insistence
the various calling of colors sebaceously conveying
a flow of energy safely insulating its perversion
but in the mind of an artist pregnant with musings

it is open to varied hues of interpretations
that is the beauty of skills bursting unimpeded
rare in its perfection of priceless appearance
affecting viewers unwittingly left sedated

can one be faulted then clawing to understand
but tantalisingly appreciative of the show of talents!

Susie's at Real Toad's  -  Artist Mi Young Lee
Heather's at A to Z Challenge - T

18 comments:

  1. I sure am left scratching my head many a time at so called art, but to each their own.

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  2. Indeed
    "it is open to varied hues of interpretations"

    much love...

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  3. With art you see what you wanty to see surely.
    Great words Hank.

    Yvonne.

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  4. Quite a vivid description, Hank!

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  5. "open to interpretation" loved the way you have used it here... I personally am a lover of abstract painting, only for the reason that it has varied interpretation..

    nice poem :)

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  6. ... and yet no matter what, so appreciative for the talent required to create art. Yes, agree!

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  7. "open to varied hues of interpretations
    that is the beauty of skills bursting unimpeded
    rare in its perfection of priceless appearance
    affecting viewers unwittingly left sedated"

    Such a beautiful description. The glory of art is it leaves the viewer to decide what it sees in brush strokes. Thank you so much for writing!!

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  8. I like that "varied hues of interpretations," especially.

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  9. one cannot indeed be faulted in that 'clawing.' Nicely penned.

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  10. I can spend hours admiring works of art in museums, and my refrigerator is covered with numerous pieces of "art" created by my grandchildren, so my appreciation for artistic talent is pretty eclectic. Even so, some of the abstract offerings leave me cold. They're too... abstract. :)

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  11. We each see and feel something different - nicely put

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  12. Marvelously done. We should let ourselves go, so that we may see and appreciate.

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  13. Great sounds here--the words all very active and musical. Thanks. k.

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  14. I loved reading this rhythmic poem, Hank. "kaleidoscopic insistence" wonderful!

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  15. I guess, Hank, that we as humans try to put non human material into a form that we can understand (partially), the Human form. Nicely written.
    ..

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  16. Your interpretation of art and it's appreciation -- intriguing and mesmerizing.

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  17. There's so much creativity and energy bursting from this poem, just like the painting. The word "sebaceously" is a new one on me too.

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