Alfreda Doyle

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If You Can Create Art And It Inspires From The Start Poem by Alfreda Doyle


If You Can Create Art And It Inspires From The Start


If you can create art
And it inspires from the start
Coming from the heart
Be Somebody
Be Yourself

Art in it's many personalities,
Art forms that have more than generalities.

Materials from paints, canvas to clay,
Fabrics, scraps or reusables that have a stay.

Creating art from what only you see,
Bringing this art in presence to be.

If you can create art,
And it inspires from the start,
Be Somebody
Be Yourself


Sculptures that are a hit and not a miss,
Inspirational and do not diss.

Finding a blend and a mix of stuff to present,
A final art piece to cement.

Making something ordinary bigger in size,
That was small otherwise.

Seeing what can be possible and doing,
To later have audiences wooing.

What inspires to be an art piece,
As an original or reprints to increase.

If you can create art,
And it inspires from the start.
Be Somebody,
Be Yourself

by Alfreda Doyle

Submitted: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

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