my white room


i never saw a moor—
i never saw the sea—
yet know i how the heather looks
and what a billow be.

e.d.



4/24/12


i love every glass blown thing, bottle or vase
here is the same moss, from birch in the crispy
japanese napkin with the rain forest and same
colors of washi tape stitches 


it is all ready for you,


little give-away like  promised
every month
leave a word - and in a week ill say, ok?



today i went to the garden near
university, it was closed, could not get in
if i were younger i could have squeeze
myself between the steel sticks of fence
i saw glade covered with all blue there




and the less i see around the more
i want to do














10 comments:

  1. olga

    thank you for sharing your poetry likings with me! some new names for me, will for sure check them out.

    and yes: the dress is linen, a favourite fabric.

    beautiful colors...soulbalm....

    v

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  2. dear Olga,

    I love all I see here
    but
    never saw the text on the right
    about you asking for
    little nature treasures
    years ago I collected
    shells with a little hole
    would you like to have them?
    I found them on the shore of Zeeland
    a south-western part of the Netherlands
    we use to go there on holiday

    love
    Patrice A.

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    1. patrice,
      yes, i put this project
      up on the page - do not
      want to stop

      thank you for noticing
      i would love to
      make something with the shells,
      and anything, i know how nature
      of different countries makes
      me create,
      really

      )

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  3. It's lovely, I'm also fond of glass bottles. When I was a child I made a tiny aquarium with a very tiny glass bottle, it was really tiny. Of course no animals in it, but stones and water plants :)

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    1. oh,
      i havent done this,
      maybe my time is now)

      i love the way
      you started to grow
      tiny bits of leaves. its so tender

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  4. The napkin is wonderfull and so is the little bottle.

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  5. This is all so gorgeous again. The drawing, is that a piece of fabric?

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    1. thank you, eva
      this is only a napkin
      but pattern, yes
      reminded me of finnish or sweddish
      fabrics

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  6. lovely giveaway:
    just a tiny bottle and moss..
    how lovely world you make.
    and this japanese napkin with forest, i love.
    the group who made it live really in the land of green; Hokkaido.
    (if my memory is right, i'm not sure)

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  7. Ilove that lovely tiny bottle...like the one in Alice in wonderland saying "drink me"....it has some magic in it...

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thank you
for taking time
and leaving a word,
i will reply right here.

warmly,
olga.




olga