Do you know what happened?
CO10PI wrote: Thanx for a masters' class of literature, I really appreciate your effort trying to "bring me to light."* But the metaphore is mine, not "Willy's": The artificial-makeup is the picture of David Still you sent me, while the natural-god given, if any, should be your own. I was just trying to express an occurrence that it would be nice to find out who you are, but I'm beginning to guess the truth. Pity that it bothered you. It would be great to be a sonnet writer, but would need another life. In fact, my bussiness has a lot more to do with painting - leaving clichés aside. I'm very busy despite my playing hide and seek with you -though I'm starting to see the point in it. You seem to be a sensible man, so you might as well know so far. *Mind the paradox, when it's you that should come to light! De: "David Still"
> Well, you know, Willy always contrasted the artifical (makeup) withthe natural (god given) but then that was a cliche of the times so why bother with that stuff. Be your own sonnet writer > CO10PI wrote: > I'll just repeat something WS wrote: > "Why should false painting imitate his cheek > And steal dead seeming of his living hue?" (67th sonnet)