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8x10 oil on canvas

Optional frame in a rustic, grey washed wood ( this is an option that can be purchased separately in the shop, and will be shipped, added to the painting).


  One of a dozen of the "Rose Bouquet" collection, this painting is based on more of a modern "poet".  It seems as today, many poets set their words to music. This particular painting gets it's title from the modern poetical musical group : the National Parks.  The 'poem" (i.e. song) is called "1953" and is written about grandparents who have been married since 1953.  As the wife develops Alzheimer's, her husband assures her that if she gets confused or forgets him, it's alright, he will be with her.  This is such a lovely song, I encourage everyone to look it up and give it a listen.  True love stays.



       "And if someday

        You grow tired and your memory fades      
          It's a;right, I will never leave your side

         When it's time, 

         You can come find me

         In 1953."



More information on The Rose Bouquet Collection:

   A dozen dreamy, 8x10 rose- themed works  that bring us back to the romantic eras and celebrates the poetry of love.  Because often nothing conveys the feelings of the heart better than poetry, each piece is accompanied  by and named for a part of a love poem.  Using both classic poets and modern poets who set their words to music (songwriters), each painting is meant to be given to a loved one, and comes with a handwritten card with the poem for that painting.  

You Can Come Find Me

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