Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Simply Snicker's Challenge

This week's Simply Snicker's Challenge includes the words beside, blind, and bold. Thanks for the prompts Linda.


The accompanying photograph is Robert Henri's The Little Dancer (1917).

The flirty lines in her dress,

Peach cheeks and pomegranate lips,

Saffron satin inclines blind eyes,

To soak in the beauty of her splendor,

Radiating boldly for the painter's brush,

Besides the still ambiance of evening,

Light mingles on her countenance,

Dipping in the palette's glory.

5 comments:

Kilauea Poetry said...

Really nice.. your words are certainly a complement to this colorful painting-
Hey..I got your e-mail..I'll send off a reply tonight-

septembermom said...

Gorgeous poem and lovely inspiration. Love dipping in the palette's glory.

Craig Glenn said...

"Light mingles on her countenance" is my favorite line.

Nice job,

Craig

C Will said...

If your words were a paint brush this picture is what we would see!!:p Great Job!!!!

Brosreview said...

Well done, you! I agree with C.Will!