349. Mimic

About what we see in art…

It’s easy to forget,

That we were painted in a womb,

That all we brush, 

On canvas white,

Transcends out mortal doom.

(Photo – Eli Woodbine, Canada, 2016) 

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. “Let us get something in our own day to set against the pity of ages yet unborn” Li Bai, “The Dancers from Han-Tan”

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  2. thelostmango says:

    Art is so beautiful and so inspiring! I just posted an Italy trip post on my blog, https://thelostmango.wordpress.com XoXO

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    1. eliwoodbine says:

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts and blog. I’ve followed for more of your posts.

      Please do stay in touch πŸ™‚

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      1. thelostmango says:

        I’ll definitely stay in touch! I just posted my London trip! Have you been to London? I love London! Definitely keep in touch! Can’t wait for your next post! XOXO https://thelostmango.wordpress.com

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      2. eliwoodbine says:

        I lived in London for 19 years πŸ™‚ .. Most of my life. I wonder if you saw the same London I know!

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      3. thelostmango says:

        Wow! Where do you live now if you don’t mind me asking? Do you still visit London from time to time? XOXO https://thelostmango.wordpress.com

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      4. eliwoodbine says:

        From time to time yes. But I live in Canada now!

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  3. Absolutely true simply marvellous and the picture was so apt really if we look in the mirror we can see what we r. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. eliwoodbine says:

      Thanks so much man! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ˜Ύ

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