“I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over.
Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.” ― Kurt Vonnegut

Monday, June 6, 2011

Unveil and touch me

Unwrap my tempting prize
explore all my curves
with wide open eyes

Caught in your spell
you dip into me
overflowing my ink well

With a gentle pinch
bending over and over
caressing my every inch

Touch my soft shape
with a delicate hand
unfold me and drape

We’re bound by connection
moving as one form
through poetry in motion

With your tasteful decoration
playing hours on end
giving all night satisfaction

Exposed in your light
focusing on my body
undressing me all night

Bind and hold me
with every quick turn
you set me free

Dripping with honey milk
your slow moving hands
like fine smooth silk

Bringing out my colour
brush this hungry canvas
with your spicey flavour

Unveil my bountiful glow
play up my assets
from head to toe

Grab, sculpt and mold
with teasing light fingers
passion has now unfold

© lisameryl 03.20.2011

One of my passions in life are the fine arts. I’ve studied it and have been blessed to being surrounded by artists, photographers, writers and musicians my entire life. What I didn’t know on my own or through college, had learned from family and friends along the way. I thank each and everyone one of them for those amazing experiences.

In a broad sense, art is skill in making or doing. The word art is often used in a more specialized way. Some individuals feel that broader definitions make art no more than a craft. They would prefer to use the name arts for such activites as painting a picture, writing a novel, or composing music. Activities such as these, designed only to produce a work of art, are often called fine arts. Decorative arts include ceramics. Graphic arts include all forms of printing, engraving, etching, photography, book publishing and binding. Art for many only include great paintings and sculpture. The useful arts such interior decorating, give everyone the chance to bring beauty and good taste into daily life. Music is one of the most expressive and satisfying of the arts for the creator, performer and audience.

Forms of art: Architecture, carving, ceramics, commercial art, cooking, dancing, decorative, drama, drawing, engraving, fashion, graphic, interior decorating, literature, lithography, motion picture, music, painting, photography, poetry, sculpture, theater and writing.

Styles of art: Arabesque, Baroque, Bauhaus, Byzantine, Carolingian, Christian, Classicism, Gothic, Naturalism, Pop, Realism, Rococo, Romanticism and Surrealism.

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