Poem – Pictures and words

Words, they drew me unto you

An easel read to me

A letter, brush

A page, a stroke

Mono-syllabically

 

Delight, to write

A bird, in flight

A feather on the floor

 

Chapter, aloud

In front of crowd

More come through open door

 

Sit anywhere

Drawn to share

On easel is a portrait

 

Words on page

Centre stage

Organise, arrange and sort it

 

Music, art

Comes from the heart

Healthy life, its own prescription

 

Word-smith, thrive

Whence we derive

To reach a new conclusion

 

Impressionism

Realism

Reflect and reap and sow

 

Children’s eyes

An alibi

Anxious they are to grow

 

Numerically

Alphabetically

Brush in warm and soapy water

 

Beginner’s art

The place to start

Says mother to her daughter

 

Words and pictures

Building bridges

Sister walks with brother

 

Two-into-one

Doesn’t go

(Need both to show)

Can’t have one without the other

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