towed out (poetic thought by George_B)

towed out (poetic thought by George_B)

with time we leave 
behind memories,

while some evade,

some revisit now and then,
and some we’re towing out,
passing gravely, looking down,
to nothing in particular
sad  burden like towed out sailboats .

Ilia_Efimovich_Repin_(1844-1930)_-_Volga_Boatmen_(1870-1873)

Ilia_Efimovich_Repin_(1844-1930)_-_Volga_Boatmen_(1870-1873)

Repin Ilya Efimov
RepinSelfPortrait.jpg
Self Portrait (1887)
Born 5 August 1844 
Ciuguev , Ukraine
Died 29 September 1930
(at 86 years) Kuokkala , Finland
Nationality Russian Russia
Artistic field Picture
Training Imperial Academy of Arts
Artistic movement Realism
Major works Ivan the Terrible and his son 
Zaporozhian Cossacks reply to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire 
on the Volga Edecarii
Influenced by Rembrandt

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3 responses to “towed out (poetic thought by George_B)

  1. Wisdom in that poetic thought. I love the painting.

    • Thanks Jamie, It is one of the first paintings that made me realize how hard some have it I hope you’ll like the video, I just did, having the same painting and Rie Sinclair’s song “island of Loneliness”, Somehow, I felt they go together well

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