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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Art (01/18/07)

TITLE: Art Class
By Penny Fairman
01/24/07


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Sitting so close he and I become we
And I try to be still so he can see
The curve and blush of my lips
The delightful contour of my hips
Crooked teeth and freckles I detest
My nose and eyes and all the rest
And while I am under his scrutiny
Iím hoping he canít help but see
The beating of my teenage heart
And the devotion that it does impart
His double talk and mischievous eyes
Work wonders to his interests disguise
So Iím not sure if heís prepared to see
The blaze of the light heís lit in me
So for the moment all we share is this class
And as this artistsí model I earn my grade and pass
And one by one across a once blank sheet
His pencil strokes emerge and finally meet
Coming together to simulate the look
That renders me an open book


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Crista Darr01/26/07
Great work! I enjoyed this.
Donna Emery01/27/07
This is very nice. You painted the scene vividly, and said just enough so that we could understand their encounter. Nicely done.
Kathleen Morris01/31/07
Very good! Keep writing!
Marilyn Schnepp 02/01/07
Very unique and creative - Art from the viewpoint of the model. I liked this. Good job!