The painter is drawing a comparison: To hold the child in your hand Is like taking a rabbit in your hand The child’s heart and it’s sinew Until he is grown with large legs His old soul is yet in the child’s body His journey of life depicted in art There are periods in his… Read More Week Sixteen: Paintings and Poetry No.16: Madonna of the Rabbit by Titian (1530)
How is the lady a child? Doesn’t the prophet know Her childbearing strength? In his tender consideration? The veil garment of world Are we not from the same Origin, the painting is it Not of Renaissance period?
The muses above the cacophony Provide inspired classical sound The body of work felt and heard The carved trees made of earth
A veil of a false image? She looks up to heaven Authenticate truths told Great and true painting She looks up as said above To that which I follow Her eyes clear and real Her eyes of her own
The mother is wide awake In the battle of things Her eyes on her children Who said she was dreaming? Give and take it goes around Head to head are the enfants The painting divided in two The pure enfants from the sky
Buttocks and breasts in one kind The white angel is pure cupid The strong Western giant couple The child rearing waist of kin
Source: http://fineartamerica.com/products/early-morning-in-the-wilderness-of-shur-frederick-goodall-greeting-card.html The Egyptian heat Mountains in pastel-like shades of Pink like youthful horizons The clouds are a collection of mountains The mountain camel is perched on A man raises his hand to the crowd Leather under soles to his feet One man laying on his side The gathering of some apex The camels heads point… Read More Week Eleven: Paintings and Poetry No.11: Early Morning in the Wilderness of Shur, Egypt by Frederick Goodall