Friday, October 22, 2010

Haiku My Heart Friday–The Life Artist

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Stop this crazy ride !

I jump off into the Now,

Paintbrush in my hand.

 

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Happy Friday, Beautiful Ones !

20 comments:

Chel said...

Happy Friday, Kim!

Kim said...

Wait for me, I want to come too! I'll bring my own brushes! (BYOB)

Leslie said...

Love the portrait. Reminds me of a Modigliani. And I love your hearts and flowers!

Kate said...

Can I come for the ride too! Lovely pages my queen. Love those golden arms..I really like the haiku too. Have a lovely day!

Noelle Renee said...

What a fantastic painting and haiku. I feel that way lately every day. I am on vacation right now in Santa Fe but coming home tomorrow. Wish I could stay here forever. Your art is sooooo beautiful. Thank you.
Noelle

Lynn said...

Is she floating in water or does she just use a lot of hair spray? I love her hair!!! LOL

paper-n-soul said...

Love it! Gorgeous art, fabulous words. :) Makes me want to shout "me too, me too!"

Deb

slommler said...

Love the art and love the words!
Hugs
SueAnn

Scarlet Ily said...

Here's one I can truly appreciate! Love the paintings and the inspirational haiku! Bee-you-tee-full!!

Dianne said...

Love these! You so rock...

martha brown said...

This is a great one, rock fairy! I find it very inspirational :)

LuLu Kellogg said...

These colors make me happy!

rebecca said...

thank you for a shock of wild colour and desire!!!
i am with you!

morememes said...

Can one sleep there?
Or at least slumber?

Boonie S said...

I want to spread the colour too.

All the best from Beautiful Boonie

Ramesh Sood said...

This is goodone..

*jean* said...

lovely work, kim! really great colors and the portrait is so full of life and energy....

turquoise cro said...

Wonderful Bright colors! Happy Week-end! Keep that brush in your hand!

Meri said...

You've been working with some wonderful, saturated colors.

Commuter's Journal said...

I love seeing your art evolve, Kim. So much richness here! And thanks for the photo of your furbabies. So cute!