i would put the name of the painting in quotation marks..and maybe make the artist possessive...that line reads a bit awkwardly..
yes, this is a quirky poem...comparing a great artist's work to my toes in the bathtub looking like little pears...and artists so often do paintings of fruit, in still life.
and this person could be thinking of her own still life, and how she wants to be something else...a mermaid...and the dishwashing liquid..to cleanse herself of her old life...and slip into the new form...perhaps..
Applying dishwashing liquid to the bathroom floor? Hmm . . . why would you do that? I find almost all . . . actually all of Frida's stuff to be depressing . . . it's great stuff . . . but her stuff always has some twisted elements in them . . . a reflection of her life and her mind . . . I don't think of how nimble my toes would be in the ocean when I look at What the Water Gave me. Just saying. It's a depressing painting. Like almost all her paintings, it is about the depressing things that happened in her life and the tub represents how as a child her life seemed wondrous and fun and the images show the sadness of it all unfolding the way it did.
Anyway, this was filled with way more good feelings than any of Frida's stuff. Made me feel good :)