Alfreda Doyle

(Houston, Texas)

If You Can Really Paint In Colors From Bold To Faint


If You Can Really Paint In Colors From Bold To Faint


If you can really paint,
In colors from bold to faint.
Be somebody
Be yourself

The art,
Can play a therapeutic part,
The art can connect with a heart,

What was created years ago,
Can stil be enjoyed for years in tow.

That art that is appreciated,
Can be calued and dedicated.

Museums have walls of art dedicated,
With new generations being art educated.

Galleries that always display,
With many audiences that come their way.

If you can really paint,
In colors from bold to faint.
Be somebody
Be Yourself

Water colors dashing
Oil paintings splashing.

Canvas waiting,
Acrylics dedicating.

If you can really paint,
In colors from bold to faint.
Be somebody
Be yourself

by Alfreda Doyle

Submitted: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

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