CLOTH OF DESIRE

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HAIBUN

This beautiful cloth projects me back to the days when my grandmother Mame Jane took me to the fabric store and let me choose the cloth and pattern to my delight.  Now, the fashions mostly come from China – ugh! – unless one shops at high-end European boutiques, or you are a super seamstress for yourself – which I’m not…

Whimsical HAIKU

Cloth of desire

Fancy dress to done at the party

Those were the ‘good days!”

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“Everything you can imagine is real.”  —Pablo Picasso

“You can’t use up creativity.  The more you use the more you have.”  –Maya Angelou

…and so it is with writing…yes!

A RE-BLOG POST – A New Year …..Welcome.

What an inspiring post to end 2019 and begin 2020 afresh! I add my personal best wishes to You my faithful readers.

Writing Your Way Home

moon through the trees...young ki park

A quiet morning

sun streams across this blank page

endings,beginnings………………………………..S Graham

Beginnings and endings may be on your mind today. We say good-bye to what came before and embark on something new, with God always a part of every beginning and end. We can enter into the unknown with hope and courage because we know that the Word is in all times and places. And we meet God anew with each new endeavor. As T.S. Eliot writes in “Little Gidding”, “And the end of all our exploring/ will be to arrive where we started/ and know the place for the first time.”Margaret Felice, A Book of Grace-Filled Days.

Happy New year 2020 …may all blessings come to you.

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