Sunday, November 24
or is it the print's far too small?
I cannot make out what the last line says -
I can hardly see it at all!
I probably need to wear glasses,
but you all know what they say about that*-
and I'd hate to miss out on those passes,
should I find me an elegant chap!
*Men don't make passes
at girls who wear glasses.
Thanks to Tess for choosing this painting by John Singer Sargent for her Mag this week.
Sunday, November 10
and a memory is caught,
for ever in a moment
of time that's already passed.
And this photo thrives -
until sunlight fades the print,
turns the edges brown
as a dying rose petal
whose life force has been sucked dry.
But inside our minds,
images remain alive,
and ready to sustain us
when love's hunger overwhelms.
From an original negative by Degas, as chosen by Tess for her Mag 193.
Monday, November 4
As a sales pitch, I must agree with that,
but this hat looked rather silly
and quite gave me the willies
till spooky wavy lines had graced this face.
Now weirdo hat is not so out of place!
I give you a snippet from the Mag picture which Tess found this week, and which I had fun 'embroidering' a little, in keeping with the macabre subject :-)