"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw
"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Magpie 102-




There once was an artist "Vallisy"
Who was the first to paint abstractly
He took a chance
Moved from Russia to France
And discovered how to paint Biomorphically
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22 comments:

Kay said...

brilliant!! and an history of the artist as well...xx

anthonynorth said...

Enjoyed that. Definitely different.

thingy said...

Very funny. LOL.

rel said...

I'll bet you're a great singer!
rel

Laurie Kolp said...

The limerick is perfect for this picture.

Summer Rain said...

what a shift,
love the rhyming words,
fun magpie.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...nice bit of history in your piece for this...and words i had to look up too...smiles.

Cad said...

Nice one. :)

Martin said...

Sympathetic to the biomorphic. I like it.

booguloo said...

My hat's off to you and Brian for saving me the time of looking up the history. Thanks for the information done in a nice write.

Sue said...

This was fun!

And informational.

;)

chiccoreal said...

Dear Kathe: "Biomorphically"-Brilliant~!

Helen said...

Kathe, this is great!!! Off to St. Louis tomorrow for four days, then back to Atlanta! I have totally forgotten what home looks and feels like.

Tumblewords: said...

Perfection!

Nicholas V. said...

Ha! Great bio...
Clever write.

HyperCRYPTICal said...

Brilliant!

Anna :o]

Trellissimo said...

Neatly limericked!

Lyn said...

That's why I want to go to France..just for the fun of it...

Carrie Burtt said...

Kathe this is awesome!!!

Helena said...

That was fun and unique.....and I've got a new word (Bio....)to try and Scrabble my head off, to!

Stafford Ray said...

I think I just found out I am a boimorph!

ds said...

Most clever! Thanks for the history lesson as well as your words.