Torn, bedraggled, and tattered
Create today’s quilt.
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And a beautiful one at that..
exactly–except beautiful had too many syllables for my haiku–thank you for adding it!
Oooh, I really like that one :).
This was a good Haiku, one I could understand…
I do not like poetry that is opague–I need to get it
Unfortunately a lot of them I read I just don’t get.. I love poetry, more the normal verse kind and these haiku normally leave me with the “What!” expression on my face, this one didn’t…
and that is a good thing! thanks – 🙂
This is really good. Brilliant, in fact. 🙂
love that word-thanks so much
So good….copying this one out!
will have to put some in a book–what do you think?
Please do and give me a copy!
will do–Happy V day
Very nice. And timely for me- I had a discouraging day yesterday but today is going to be brighter.
That is so poignant. And true.
Choc Chip Uru
thanks–btw, poignant is one of my favorite words
I’m sending this to my girlfriend who is a quilter. She will love it. Me too!
glad I made a connection
Thank you for giving me a beautiful vision of my Mum and her patchwork – all those bit of fabric that came together in such beautiful things. Thank you, thank you!
my mom quilted too–I had a pink quilt I would give my eyeteeth for now
There is a huge message in that quote and I love it!
I am glad you recognized it!
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