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Klee’s Blue Night

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The art commentary refers to lines–

Labyrinths, patterns and fragments–


Instead I see  jumbles of letters dropped

onto a field of blue

spelling a secret poem

full of Rs and Ts and Ls

trundled and blue tar

later and lament

rootless and riddled

* See Paul Klee’s Blue Night at ArtInThePicture: An Introduction to Art History

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