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julio tulipan


色彩的感染


纯黄的金色
太阳的象征
一笔挥毫奔放
一展巾帼风光

大海的湛蓝无穷的探索
刷刷几触潇洒
笔笔铿锵生华

黑白起调和
赤红蕴生机
构思别具心裁
视觉感官明快

智慧的泉涌
才艺的结晶
开阔无 限憧憬
展望美好人生

2011年12月17日
写于苏黎世红屋内
< br>郁序新

赠红屋主人



Deep Touch by the Color

Pure yellow gold
Symbol of the sun
A bold brush represents
Heroine spirit to the finest soul.

Dark blue sea
To explore the infinite
A few touches of brushes
A few strikes show excellence.

Black and white in harmony
Red color contains vitality.
The idea of unique concept
That gives the bright visual sense.

The fountains of wisdom
Crystallization of the talent
That opens unlimited vision
Looking forward to the better life.


Written by Tulip

December 18,2011 at Red House, Zurich

Presented to the owners of Red House
(Appreciation of the modern impressionist painting
at the drawing room)

Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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