Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

DRUM ROLL PG. 2

Now we all know what a great photographer Paul is and why he joined this group. I am honored to have this in my book.


NOVEMBER SONG by Shay

I had a blue-eyed love –

In the heart of winter, we’d meet;

Crystal snow spread across our bed,

And river ice beneath.

I’m reminded by the cold and leaden sky –

My blue-eyed love and I.

I had a green-eyed love –

In the heart of summer, we’d meet;

Lillies spread across our bed,

And drowning depths beneath.

I’m reminded by unforgiving July –

My green-eyed love and I.

I had a black-eyed love –

In the heart of Autumn we’d meet;

Wind blows leaves spread across our bed,

And only the earth beneath.

(?) the desire that lives nor dies –

My black-eyed love and I.

I think I only missed one word in trying to transcribe this beautiful poem by Shay. If you have seen her work before you know that she is a gifted and talented poet who reaches inside her soul for the beauty of this work. Now I own this copy in the poet's own hand.


Doreen blessed me with two pages of her art and I could not be more thrilled. It wears me out just to try to imagine how much time this intricate work take her.

4 comments:

  1. I wasn't expecting so many posts in a row, I'd thought you meany they'd post later- but I got a big bonus down here checking!

    I think Shay's word is probably "cool". I'm sure she'll be by to correct us-

    Beautiful photo n Doreens doodles are cool too!

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  2. CRUEL the desire that lives nor dies. :-)

    These books continue to amaze me. I am stunned at how talented everyone is. I especially like Doreen's walking bird!

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  3. And it should be "windblown" not "wind blows". That's undoubtedly my own pea brain firing the wrong circuit.

    The poem may be found at my blog, here:

    http://fireblossom-wordgarden.blogspot.com/2010/07/november-love-song.html

    :-)

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  4. I get lost into those doodles.. and this one speaks very loudly to where I was at the time.. moving!
    Glad I unloaded a lot :-)
    Happy your book is with you and you're enjoying it, but I'm going to miss working in them.
    Thanks for posting them!

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