Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
Oh,William,this one is,in my opinion,if anyone care to listen,the best,although the one on the wire is good too! Its like you are getting the poetry out of it with the music tune woven trough its structure and your technique is that improved it is in the back round now,now you can play!! Lovely! :O)
Fah who for-aze! Fah who for-aze! Dah who dor-aze! Dah who dor-aze!
Is Gerry singing from Who-ville?Williamthe troubadourof Blogvillestrums a melodyto those in waitand coin the cupat each passing.
Aleksandra, I think this poor old minstrel just touches that musical soul of yours. I don’t know about technique, but I am getting a little more comfortable in this strange cyber-medium. Thank you!Gerry, it troubles me to think I’m responsible for this, but I suppose you should also bear some of the responsibility. At first I thought you were chanting some obscure political slogan. In fact, I still do.Annie, I love that — “coin the cup.” I hope he has change for a quarter.Gerry. Don’t worry, son. Everything will be okay. Go back to sleep now.
Minstrels Love-Song - nice woman in the mist left side... it's made with PC all? I have to paint a Williams-Pear soon, with a pair of strawberries...
Rudhi, a strawberry painting will be a dream come true. Yes, it was done all on the computer. The woman arrived after I finished.
Oh my gosh William...I see a cat on my left and a dog on my right. I thought maybe they were traveling companions of the "Minstrel" :)
Either that, or they’re getting ready to chase him out of the village....
Votre dessin me fait penser à Braque...Quelle douce musique berce votre esprit en ce moment ?
Braque... interesting. Silence, birdsong, the neighbor’s car passing in the street....
I loved it! I can hear the song...a emotive one.Hugs!
Yes, and I think he has traveled deep into his memory. Thank you, Crissant. I will share your hugs with the minstrel....
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