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The ball of time reminds me of the Ball that drops on New Years eve in Times Square:)Nicely wordled.
Drawers of eternity... amazing. The whole piece, stellar. You always seem to fit the words succinctly and with precision.
A real visual treat!
drawers of time makes me think of a chest of drawers one has had for many years. nicely done. your use of these words are always great... have a wonderful day~
Oh...this gives me shivers. Love it!
First off, when I saw the image at the head of your piece, I was thrilled by your gift and thought that it doesn't matter what you wrote, the image alone was worth the visit. Then read your poem and could only say, "WOW!" Two for the price of one, keep on trucking lady. And thank you, for both,Elizabeth
Nicely wordled indeed.
I think drawers of eternity works so well because we all know drawers can be quiet full of the strangest things. And the idea of them stacked one upon carries so much weight. Wonderful.
I like what you did with the wordle. Nice images.
Wonderfully concise piece of writing, Susan. Some excellent phrasing.Pamela
There you go - a different New Year's eve celebration...I thought of those carved pieces as confetti and dust bunnies and the dropping ball of time; all of the single odd socks rolled into a big ball to be dropped into and mark the topple of dresser drawers honoring the latest complete year of 'housewifery'.My housewife almost did some ironing...well maybe irony?:http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/07/sw-64-wordle-diamond-in-rough.html
What a great way of putting the words together... "dropping ball of time" ends it so well.
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