Saturday, January 5, 2013

Abstract - Reading Paul Klee (27. Childishness)

27. Childishness

Childishness
is a bucket of colorful paint
splashes its
uncertainty
on the ground
hence it flows a random path
all by itself
eventually joins
the brilliance of
Sun -
rays



7 comments:

  1. I love the way you interpreted this painting with your words.

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  2. Childishness? Or childplay?

    In any case, a lovely interpretation, Yun Yi!

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  3. it is indeed the brilliance of the sunrise. :)

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  4. I noticed the Klee pictures after I read your poem... you have found a beautiful expression for such a state. Excellent read.

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  5. @thcheesewolf, thanks! Klee's paintings seem to provide me endless inspiration. The first a few poems of "Reading Klee" were written in Chinese almost 20 years ago.

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