Monday, August 18, 2008

Hidden On A Wall

The Entry was created
Then hidden on a wall
Tucked away for later.

Ensor understood.
He understood up front
The troubles with creating.
and being who you are.

He never needed to wander
and he always liked Ostend
With the sea and his friends.
One day the crowd came
looking to the one
Who entered Brussels
which was like the ancient Jerusalem.
This was not the second coming according
to McGough.

Just the rules and regulations
for each and everyone.
Yet similar to Dylan the Getty did see.
How an artist can make it through all the misery.
Well, look to the old Netherlands proverb
and one will see.

Monday, August 4, 2008

North Shore

Going to the North Shore.
I will stay for a time.
Visiting a few old friends from the past.
Friends full of color and life.
We will walk the sandy beaches.
We will talk of happenings.

Going to the North Shore.
I will stay for a time.
Visiting a few old friends from the past.
One likes a flowered hat.
The other saw sunflowers like no other.
We will talk.
And watch the breeze.

By RaNae Couture

Friday, August 1, 2008

Laid down the Red

laid down the red
in order to fly
free as air
open to life

By RaNae Couture

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

An Idea

Yesterday an idea started to formulate for a painting.
Arriving from many direct roads.
Several roads meeting at a center point.
A center point stepping on 4 corners.
Traveling through 4 corners.
An idea arriving.
A breeze.
Suitcase full.
Welcome.

By RaNae Couture

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Floatingness

The breeze is wonderful today. It speaks much.
There are little floatly tickies all over.
Even the tickies have to land sometime.
It's wonderful to watch them fall.
It's sad too.
One knows that floatingness will have to end.
In the short time, it does start to melt the stone.
Watch enough of the floaty tickies.
The stone will be gone.

By RaNae Couture

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

It was sunny now it's cloudy. Just like a mood over the day. I have to get back to the main idea for my next painting. It will come.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Today is another summer day. I am wondering about my next painting and formulating ideas and thoughts about what it will be.
The summer breeze helps me to figure it out. The breeze can take you places.