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Haftsamar Art Gallery Nov 2013 Group Drawing Exhibition 01
Tehran

صداقت انگشتانم می گویند

غوطه ور شدم در خط خطی های باورم

به سادگی احساس یک کودک

به پیچیدگی نگاه یک بالغ......و

خط خطی های دستانم می گویند

قضاوت ها را فراموش کن

و ببار بر انتظار یک کاغذ

صداقت باورم می گوید

هنر یعنی احساس....و

احساس یعنی من .... و

و من یعنی امروز

مقیاس چشم هایم می گویند

که چه اندازه دنیای من بزرگ است

بر کوچکی ادراک درک نشده ای

که بوی طغیان می دهد

از تلاش

برای فهم

دنیای ما می گوید

امروز را زندگی کن ...و

تا فردا را پرواز کنی ...و

بر دریای نقاشی هایت ...و

المیرا لکی

گروه گیانا

نمایشگاه " گروهی طراحی " آذر 1392 گالری هفت ثمر

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