Silver – stanza 22.2

“There’s a woman, north side of town
Breaking new ground, at least I think
She’s changing the game, here’s a shot
Of a recent piece, see the way the color
Clashes with the lines, breathtaking.”
Malinov looked over the painting
Dissecting the influences silently
And seeing nothing of Silver within
“When did she paint this?” he asked
“Just a few weeks ago,” he answered
Dispositively, anything so recently done
Would have oozed with Silver’s style
“Anything else new, suddenly on the horizon
New youth movements, rising stars”
They mentioned a few but notice
Took years, the rising stars aren’t seen
As such for quite some time, look
At this and look at that is nothing
Worthwhile, crawling through every
Art school and local show daunted
Malinov, but he’d have to do whatever
It took, uncovering Silver wasn’t always
Easy, artistic temperament sometimes
Obstructed the communication, although
Once Silver had full control, she’d find
A way to attract his attention, and
Notice the clues to his whereabouts
He’d been spreading since he remembered
The woman he continued searching for

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