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Special Art2 - Your collection began with only two But soon...

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Hendrix 1 Renesha L. Hendrix Frankye Adams- Johnson ENG 205-12 February 16, 2011 The Artist of Life Jonathan Green has nothing on you, Our God, the wonderful artist, Creating man in the image of you. As you gather your materials, You’re thinking about your next design. In different ways you form us, With yourself in mind. You sat down at your canvas, Along with your brush in hand, and with many different textures, you created man. Starting with the primary colors, Mixing and matching to get it right. Should they be yellow, brown, black or white? Should their eyes be of the trampled grass, Or should they be of the tree trunks in the African lands. Wave, curls and cotton hairs assemble by thy hands.
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Unformatted text preview: Your collection began with only two, But soon it grew and even till this day your portfolio isn’t through. In the art gallery, which we call life, There are paintings of confusion, That comes to certain conclusions, And paintings with compassion, That includes their own fashion. No painting is like the last, And shows how we’ve mature from the past. You’re work is something that can never be sold, For if you look at each of them a different story is told. Jonathan Green has nothing on you, Our God, the wonderful artist, Creating man in the image of you....
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ENG 205 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '10 term at Jackson State.

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