Day when he got to Albi,
Expectations running high,
Was ready to get his fill.
His fill of Henri Lautrec,
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Little problem, parking space.
Henri was to wait his turn
For want of a parking space.
Lautrec, had his fill, and then,
Paul Cézanne surprise for him
Photos Copyright, © 2009 Jimmiehov (link) and Poem Copyright, © 2014 Jimmiehov, All Rights Reserved
Today I am linked with Fireblossom at the Real Toads, Flash Fiction 55 (link)
Monday, I am linked with the Real Toads, Open Link Monday (link)
Her challenge: "write a poem (I chose this) or a piece of flash fiction (next time again), about any subject, and in any form, as long as it is comes to exactly 55 words!"
Well, with the title I am sitting at exactly 55 words. Classified as fiction, it very well could be true. I know. [Scrunched face.]
You don't need to tell me, I know that museum is not a verb. But here, using poetic license, I made Museuming to be one. For more Lautrec posts, click here, for a little of our Spring 2009 Europe Vacation click here.
As are other museums with all museums having clasics, the old masters works, Allbi's (France) Lautrec Museum is a place to spend at least half a day (link). I never tire of 'museuming' in Europe's old art museums.
Paul Cézanne surprise
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Labels: Flash Writing, France, Open-Link-Mondays, Poem, Real Toads, Spring 2009 Europe Holiday, Syllabic Form