Poetry: It’s all in the Artist’s eye

Black. Blue. Brown. Green.
Like Hades’ horse.
Like the sky.
Like a dusty old man’s shoe.
Like the field.

Beautiful. Ugly. Fair. Little.
Like dawn.
Like Medusa.
Like Rebecca.
Like Ms Muffet.

Fat. Thin. Tall. Short.
Like the butcher.
Like the tinman.
Like trees.
Like Rumpelstiltskin.

It’s all in the artists eye.

Colours and shapes. Heights and size. Beauty and shame.
It’s all in there.
So when he picks the paint, dips the brush, and starts sketching,
don’t ask, don’t fight.
Because whatever line he draws, colour he applies, size and shape he
employs, they look good.
And it’s all in his eye.

Why don’t you be like him and paint your world today?


IFERE WOFAI OMINI

Creative Writer at Core Magazine

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I am the Founder and Executive Editor of Core Magazine. I hold a Bachelors Degree in History and International Studies from Bowen University. I am the Author of "DARE TO RESEARCH". I have written and published over 16 Academic Research Articles. I believe in an ideal that all persons irrespective of their race, class or status can influence the society with creative writings and constructive thoughts to the point where they can succeed and develop their skills to seize rare opportunities.

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