You still have to know a thing by hearts as easily as breathing, have studied it out in Several colors of the day before the plan comes clear like water running in a brook five days after a storm. Blue is simplest and stretches round and over, A kind of theater curtain. Find next the Deepest green you know to place before the blue. Let yellow and brown soften depths, just enough in shadow, a little darkness folded in with Light of gold (think of an arm crooked to keep out the sun). But the careful matching of hope with fact may not always reveal what Memory likes best To hold. To come to life a thing needs special brushwork and a spectrum wide enough to include mistakes -- Even sly tact and patient smoothing until all surfaces give back as much as touch Lends them. And more.