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Dream Girl


Rostand Kenne Zangue (Joe)

If I was a portrait painter, I would paint the portrait of my dream girl.
I would start painting in the shape of a big heart, and then I would add several bold slashes of determination and creativity.

I would lightly brush in a soft voice, a slowness to anger and blend these together with a spirit of passion and compassion.

I would dip into the chromaticity of love for the human kind, animals and nature. I would seek a very smooth brush to render humility.

I would search my palette for a special colour to render respect for family, friends and colleagues.

I would add a lot of the joyful colour for her humour, and the entire canvas would glow with a strong love for poetry.

And finally, when finished, I would frame this montage of unique traits, in sturdy Cameroonian oak, and hope that all who looked upon it would find inspiration.

'If I was a portrait painter, I would paint you, HJ'

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