Drawn On Love – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse De is hosting the Quadrille (44 words) with an invitation to write about chalk.

dVerse Poets – Quadrille – Chalk It Up To Poetry

Photo: clevelandartsevents.com

“A drawing is simply a line going for a walk.” Paul Klee

Drawn On Love

He looked at her long
recognising the stirrings deep within,
he took his pastels and stroked the
paper gently eliciting form as felt,
but something lacked, and his 
movements became more urgent,
frustrated with his chalky lines
he stopped and reached out,
touching her.


Copyright 2022 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
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35 Comments

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35 responses to “Drawn On Love – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. De Jackson

    What a fabulous quote from Klee! LOVE it.
    I hope the artist had permission from the muse. If so, this has a pleasing, slow sensuality to it.

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  2. Reaching out doesn’t seem very polite, but sometimes you need that hands on experience.

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  3. I love crossing from virtual into the real here. Chalk on a canvas, words on a screen, can only take you so far.

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  4. A story as old as visual art, I think…

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  5. Interesting artistic dilemma: to capture the model’s essense on the canvas or to possess her physically?

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  6. This ingenious and sexy Paul – I adore it.


    David

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  7. lovely write, Paul “eliciting form as felt”

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  8. Definitely a no-no in a life drawing class!

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  9. An artist has to feel his subject, right Paul!

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  11. lync56

    Beautiful

    >

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