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Grateful for Seeing - Haiku my Heart

I am grateful on this day, 
Friday 10th December 2010,
for Seeing ~
Virgin & Child, foxysue, Sgraffito

Grateful for seeing,
lightening up my pathway,
giving life to line

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Comments

paper-n-soul said…
Beautiful, both art and poem. Your vision has given a marvelous life to line, just simply lovely.

Deb
turquoise cro said…
SWEET! O Lord, YOU are my light! YOU make my darkness bright! Pray to Mother Mary tonight!
Spadoman said…
That is a fantastic photo. It looks etched on glass. It's beautiful. Your words give us a good message about seeing for ourselves.

Peace.
rebecca said…
dear one,
the art of seeing is a gift one most perfect with the heart. it is a blessing to bask in your company...as you are a person of deep seeing and pure love.
Annie said…
I became absorbed with the details of this image, the scratched light that shown through the etching of (crayon?). Sucsh a beautiful blending of colors.
Noelle Renee said…
Sue--
It is fantastic! The colors are brilliant and it looks like the inside of a leaded stained glass window, perhaps when they are etching the glass. I love the figure of Mary and the child, simple and gracefully beautiful in line and form. So much light comes from within that drawing; I think that it must be because it is from the heart of the artist. Lovely and inspired. Your haiku is so completely fitting. Thank you.
xoxo,
Noelle
Paula Scott said…
Such wisdom and power in 17 words! And I love your scrafitto too! There is so much going on in your image that captivate me.
Marilyn said…
very beautiful words to go with the beautiful art piece.
Charlotte said…
I am grateful for the beaty of art, mainly yours x
pieceofpie said…
grateful for the light to see... amen,
Jane said…
Woah, love that Virgin ... she's beautiful!
Thank you!

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