Marilyn Lott

Rookie - 291 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Art and People Watching Poem by Marilyn Lott


Do you ever go to an art show
And spend much of the time
Looking at the people there
People watching is fun I find

Perhaps the display is outside
There are booths serving food
You can sit and munch away
And get in the art and ‘people’ mood

Or walk around carrying food
And observe as you go
Much like a fair atmosphere
Always a huge people flow

With summer on the way now
More opportunities will arise
To go to art exhibits and observe
For art and people watching is on the rise

Art exhibits are everywhere
When the summer arrives
Ah yes, art and people watching
Always hold a terrific surprise!

Submitted: Saturday, April 18, 2009

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  • Rookie Thad Wilk (4/18/2009 12:36:00 PM)

    Ahh yes Marilyn, an art show is the place to be, always something fun to see
    And on a brunch break, time will fly, watching the people as they stroll by! !
    Great read ! ! *10*! !
    Best wishes,
    Fried Thad (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 26 Points Laurie Hill (4/18/2009 9:49:00 AM)

    Observation of the many different arts and floorshows, really enjoyed this (Report) Reply

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