A Painter’s Euphony

Leap to your studios and pick up your frames
Fix up your canvas and turn on your passions

Place the easel and chalk the design
Hold the spatula and prepare the palette

Toggle the angles and dip in your brushes
Glide on the crayons and stain with the paints

Blend the violets and merge the aquas
Shade the magentas and fade the jades

Count the lines and merge the circles
Form the triangles and converge the rectangles

Blend the hots and mix the colds
Highlight the vibrants and blemish the dulls

Use the pencils and sketch with charcoal
Perfect the strokes and caress the smudge

Apply the stripper and varnish the faults
Pour the grouts and fill the crevice

Spray the glitters and polish the edges
Finalize the masterpiece and emboss your sign

Create the imagination and perfect your resolutions
Bring them on board and wait for them to be sold

Michelangelo’s Moses and Leonardo’s Monalisa
Awaken your artist and paint Raphael’s Madonna

Have the precision and burn the passion
To become the great and earn the fame!

“A picture is a poem without words and creativity needs courage to understand this.”

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