The Mark of Watercolour
The mark of watercolour
is a fine mark – load
your brush and it
will take your moving hand
in bright transparent veils.
The colours build
an apple, say,
in late Cézanne, his
wine carafe and rick of skulls;
but painting wet on wet
and bring forth veins of hurt
befuddled colour –
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