Saturday, April 21, 2018

bright and shiny colors - S

                                                                                                   Author: Zidian321
Image: Reflection of bright colored outfits
on the lake surface of people on a boat (here)

Synonyms from the thesaurus:
paint - acrylic color dye
fan - blade propeller
release - freedom discharge freeing
light - bright luminous shiny aglow
clothes - attire garb regalia dress outfit

Note: The five challenge words are not 
to be used in a poem but their synonyms

dabbling in acrylic can be
most rewarding

it is akin to sliding the colors
onto a static surface from
blades of the propeller

it allows a freedom to discharge
images in the mind onto canvas
freeing the clutter in the imagination

bright and shiny colors are aglow on
the water's surface making one appearing to be
garbed in an attire dressed to kill

Jr Vincente's at A to Z Challenge S for shiny
Kerry's at Real Toad's   -  antic disposition

17 comments:

  1. Can just let it flow and free the mind indeed.

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  2. And you used the synonyms perfectly.

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  3. Painting with words to tell the story of colors.

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  4. Painting as bleeding out imagination, yes, and what incarnadine!

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  5. Excellent merging of the two prompts, Hank!💜

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  6. Wonderful, I especially like “freeing the clutter in the imagination” very well done.

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  7. One for my list of favourites Hank

    Much🌼love

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  8. Thank you for sharing this ode to colour with us, Hank.

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  9. i appreciate this poem so much. I'm just learning how to paint, so it speaks to me. Thanks Hank.

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  10. It must be very freeing, dabbling on canvas.

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  11. Many of the best paintings started in the asylums

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  12. The decluttering of the mind on to canvas is an awesome thought. An inspiring write.

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  13. Awesome...we need to be free of the clutter

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  14. Great use of the synonyms in this thoughtful poem.

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