Change of Scene

Thrown out of a familiar


Even if the new one to live in

For a week’s time

Is somewhat known.

Yet at the day of travel

One feels disorientated

But had not imagined it would

Amount to such feelings

But soon all’s well

When two friends meet again.

Stories from yesteryear exchanged

Watching each other will be

Not a cause for discomfort

But to a humane responsibility

For the friend’s friend

An elderly man

Quirky and funny

Who has to keep to a strict routine

Taking his specific medication.

Intuitively the artist in you awakes

And he intends to draw a portrait

Of his friend

He depicts as Mr T

Who will be 85 at the end of the


The artist races to boesner’s art shop

In Simmering

To purchase a watercolour block

And ballpoint pens as tools

For his technique of drawing:

Monographic Art

As he invented it

Since illustrating ‘The King of Ice’.

Change of scene is stirring




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