Saturday, May 28, 2011
Magpie #67 "The Most 'Ism's' Everism" or "Is He Issi-Ism?"
Banquet Scene with a Lute Player by Nicolas Tournier, 1625
the Classic Chiarascuroism
Originally found Leonardo DaVincism
Awakened the Renaissance appealism
Confounds time as to where one is placedism
where one is seatedism
at the last supperism
a Continual arabesque-ism
says else somethingism
cant find on webism
about our positionism
as above so belowism
all that rotsism
but not all left to rotism
see on youtubeism
but bespeaks of the now momentism
then in your lifeism
spirit sings infiniteism
as the Lute Playerism
Sings for his supperism
Whom exactly in this picture-ism?
are these person known or unknownism
or like so many millions of othersism
buried in obscurities like-ism
Jude the Obscure-ism?
is this really just about the isms or
The Lute Playerism?
is he Issi-Ism?
There are bold shadowsism
shadow boxing artistism
Touraine you old codgerism
SalvadorDaliesque are you notism?
your renditionism of Last Supperism
now Round Table-ism
imparts a place withinism
a genre-specific place-ism
barely there recognizable to the common manism
but you are common back thenism
and remarkably good lookingism
nattily dressed in your finestism
sitting at impromtu-ism
i'll research your mileu-ism
to understand what you could be thinkingism
i know what you are thinkingism
in that era full of unabashed gestalt-liningism
"'what the?' ism"
the round table accoutrements are barely-there-ism
the focus being on the fine face-ism
drawn realism to the forefrontism
I dont know much about this artistism
did I miss an art classism?
all that is hiddenism
in the needism
to fill in the blatant blanksism
make up stuffism
the chicken looks tasty-ism
to fill the voidism
with a painted surface-ism
stuck in the craw daddyism
with without 3d glassesism
is that the Lute Player on the leftism
actor's point of viewism?
i need glassesism!
Please take a boo at all the fine art poetisms, writersisms, artistsism for a complete compelling compelation of all things mannerly! Please invoke The Baroque!
Thank-you Tess Kincaid of Magpie Tales for the spirited journey to the world of art again!