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The bearded artist looked the part,

his blank canvas spread out,

with brushes, and palette all ready.

He waited antique-like, yet alert.

His deft strokes are missing today…

A model-girl idles in the sidelines,

looked bored like a mannequin.

 

Sun rose over the terrace

in the flower garden, verdant outside

a butterfly lands on his blank canvas,

just as he picked a customer’s call.

 

Now our artist begins to wonder

what he has to paint:

the model without her dress,

the butterfly or the ad product just indented.

He did up the girl with the ad dress,

thanks to butterflies in his hungry stomach.
 

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October 14, 2012
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