Last edited by Levent Suberk; 08-26-2009 at 09:13 AM. Reason: wrong story
I too, miss the cold snowy days of winter. I would enjoy a nice walk in the snow and a hot cup of chocolate while sitting by a fireplace.
Too bad, I will probably never see those days again as I am here where the weather is summer all year long.
Oh well, I guess it is the way the Apostle Paul wrote," I have learned to be content in whatever state I am."
I will live with the life I have chosen and enjoy what blessings I have for however many days, months, or years I have left.
Every picture tells a story, don't it?
Great vignette, Levent. I find the colors you used and the strokes are not unlike those used in my personal memories.
I related to all of it. Because that actually mirrors a real memory of mine, I will also need to take some time for the images to settle so that I can get the metaphor. Whether you put it there or not, I sense there is something laying just below the surface. In other words, this is a story with some depth.
But a picture it certainly is. Bravo!
"Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream
Thank You For Comment Ray.
Thank You D Akey, I Want To Paint This And Want To Send It Work In Progress Forum.
You painted a picture with your words Levent, it took me back, I've had similar experiences, I think a lot of people will relate to Beloved Son. Thank you for sharing this experience, and If you also paint it in your marvelous way, I shall be looking for it in Work in Progress.
Levent, dear friend I was moved when I read this fantastic little tale. For some reason I remembered of my father (so faraway in...). Well must say that you have style to write. Very very nice.
Thank you Sandy and Orianelima for your comments.
I am not a beggar and I didn't beg anything from anybody. Making a painting without using any alpha-beta on it, is important. All of us need to use both brain cells before sending a painting which was something clearly written on it. Bye.
Levent, You are a genial artist and a great warm and loving human. Thank you for your stories and your paintings which enrich our lives greatly.
Now where did that story go?