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.



4/21/12


when i found these envelopes with 
tissue paper inside moth came out 
the same evening and now with egg shell
papers i`ve made the set for writing letters,









i could not find tiny poppy boxes anywhere
and made those using japanese clay many months ago
have so many unfinished things, parts awaiting to
be added



lack of free clear areas when eye catches nothing 









may i ask 
about the poems you read?


14 comments:

  1. I love all the colours you use.

    I also want to tell you your package arrived a while ago, but I still need to photograph it. I'm so, so happy with it! And all these little extra treasures! Oh my, you've been really spoiling me. Thank you so, so much! :)

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    1. i was a bit worried, eva
      but happy to hear you have it
      do not worry about making photos!
      )
      i understand with with all
      busy shop -updating thing
      such a good work and
      nice oval shaped boxes

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  2. My eye catches beauty here,
    dear Olga.

    I read the poems of Else Lasker-Schüler, Goethe's Faust and John Keats (original)... exciting!

    x Ariane.

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    1. ariane,
      thank you
      i started reading
      some of it today
      )

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  3. Hi Olga,

    Yeats, Neruda and Frost are my favorites.

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    1. thank you, carrie
      i`ve had some of frost`s
      in my heart for a long time, too

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  4. Such lovely, delicate things on your blog, Olga. <3

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    1. sewon, thank you

      i read about kuding tea
      the other day on your page,
      was charmed with its clearness
      and single twig floating,
      i will find it and try
      )

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  5. absolutely beautiful!

    ***

    my favourites are mary oliver, rumi and naomi shihab nye. what about you olga?

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    1. every time i find myself
      reading hokku
      but
      also brodsky, cummings
      jane kenyon, esenin, fet

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  6. what a beautiful post
    I love to come here

    I read the poems of
    Wislawa Szymborska
    and from Dutch poets like
    Rutger Kopland, Judith Herzberg
    Liselore Gerritsen and Anna Enquist

    love
    Patrice A.

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    1. patrice,
      thank you

      and i almost ready with
      the green house,

      hope your headaches
      are gone.
      pleasant evening to you

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  7. почему ты так мало делаешь постов на русском?
    прошу, как постоянный твой читатель и почитатель - пожалуйста, делай перевод, хоть не полный, а некоторых моментов. мне стыдно что я не знаю хорошо английского >.<

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    1. наверное подумала, что здесь -
      на английском, а в группе - на русском,
      как два разных мира. но если так, я буду
      на русском больше писать. спасибо, что читаешь.

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olga.




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