"An idea no longer shrouded in mist, through wave or ether comes to me, like a star from high up in the skies, or a pearl from the bottom of the sea." - Victor Hugo (Les rayons et les ombres)
This is hardly a reply G. Very clever.
Magritte's owl is a clock with no hands. His world is fascinating.
So many people have got themselves into a tizzy over what art is and what poetry is that it's almost easier to say something's not a poem because what can they say to that?Nice. Cute. I would have written that. Kudos for getting there first. I'm a lifelong fan of Magritte's work.You might like Mark Young's site. I'm not that crazy about all his poems but I've seen several Magritte paintings there for the first time.
Thank you Jim, I'll take a look at the Mark Young link. I went to a terrific 'Magritte & The Key to Dreams' exhibtion some years ago, and so my interest. 'Every painting should have a poetic title.'(RM)
Jim, I enjoyed my visit to Mark Young's site. Thank you for alerting me to it. I shall enjoy exploring it.Best,Gwilym
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