Monday, April 09, 2007

Poetry and Paintings

Sue, a poet.
Sue, a painter.
Sue, an artist
Sue, an inspiration.

I gasp.

It is here I found how Sacred Geometry transcends the physical world.
Thank you Sue.


Naturegirl said...

Lovley poetry and image of the promise of sunny days! hoping NG

Anonymous said...

Hello, Catching up on corner, what wonderful photos,you certainly catch all that is sweet peaceful inspiring with each click of the shutter. Glad you are now seeing and hearing. See you soon, Me

Q said...

Dear Nature Girl,
Sue's poetry and her paintings are divine. I think she has a "muse".
The Dandelion is the flower of the poet.
I too am ready for spring to reappear and stay!
Keeping our spirits up as the climate changes is difficult. I have lots of seeds and will replant what I can.
Hoping too.

Q said...

Dear Me,
How fun to see you!
The adventure with sound has begun!
It will take me awhile to learn how to record the wind harp and the birds. I am ready and practicing.

Sheila said...

Weeds they might be, but I have always found them to be one of the cheeriest little flowers, and their leaves are delicious I'm told. There is good in all things if we look hard enough..!

Q said...

Hi Sheila,
Oh, I forgot.
I like them.
My husband does dig out hundreds every year from the lawn.
The Dandelion has a tremendous amount of forklore attached to it.
It does remind us there is beauty in everything.
Lots of vitamins too!
Chris, at Somerset Gardens, calls the seed puffs, "Dandelion clocks".
I love that!
"Poof" make a wish.
Send it on the wind.