Sunday, 28 September 2008

If I could have held your hand.

Dancing Girl.
Pencil drawing.

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If I could have held your hand
Found words to make you understand
But I could only look upon
The beauty that within you shone
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For never a prettier thing
Could ever come to dance and sing
And with the music you did flow
Enchanting those that love you so
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For each little move that you make
You create much more than you take
Bringing beauty for its own sake
And love and virtue in your wake
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But my dance went all wrong
And my chance is forever gone
Just like the music of the song
Now you will have to move along
~
For words could never ever say
The things to make you by me stay
And you did slip from my hand
To the grip of another man

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The Dance of Creation.

Oil on canvas.

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21 comments:

RiverSoul said...

BRILLIANT.
I'm speechless. Beautiful artwork and even more beautiful poetry (if thats possible)
:)
Gr8 work, A&P

Kai C. said...

beautiful, romantic

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

That was awesome! :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

something that has happened to all of us. :)
(wonderful rhym!)

Devika said...

Hi Nick!
As Andrew says, something that hs happened to all of us..
And you made a wonderful rhyming verse of it...

The 'Dance of Creation' accompanies your name, rt?
so apt!
loved the visit...

Vinay said...

that was beautiful... esp the art...!! classy nick...!! just classy...!!

Diana said...

Looks Sexy.....

Sandy said...

Wow, your art work is incredible. That bottom painting....oh my

:-) said...

nice lines n the sketch is AWESOME.. :-)

magiceye said...

love the pencil drawing and the oil painting too!! superb!!

lethalverses said...

Hello Nick,

I have moved on to http://lethalverses.com

kindly update your link for me please. Thanks!!

polona said...

a classical romance told in a beautiful way and accompanied by stunning art!

Crimson Shimmer said...

wow!
really hits the spot :)

Crimson Shimmer said...

and beautiful artwork...

Wanda said...

Again, the combination of your heart and your talent are perfect.

She is quite lovely, indeed!

Abraham Lincoln said...

The art and poetry are great to see and read. Thank you for that combination, so rare these days.

I answered your question about what did the Blue Jay look like before I messed with it and put the actual photo on the same post. Now, if you have time, you can return to my birds blog and see for yourself.

Thanks for asking. I think it made a better post and I also included the sounds they make

My Birds Blog

maekitso said...

You have an incredible eye for detail and your poetry never fails to inspire me.

Cynthia said...

Love both, the first dancer so
earthy and the second dancer her
ethereal sister.

Rhiannon said...

This is such a beautiful poem and drawing..the rhyming is wonderful!

Many have called me the dancing girl throughout my life..I long to dance more again like I used to..

Blessings,

Rhi

Lorraine said...

I love your drawings and painting, I would love to draw as you do, it's so beautiful :)

Gabriel Monge-Franco said...

I truly enjoyed this poem! The musicality and profound descriptions are brilliant. Having said that, I do have one suggestion: make everything stay in the same tense (either all past or all present).