Creative Writing and unfinished business…
January 18, 2015 § 8 Comments
with many threads –
on her grandmother’s loom
Image courtesy Bible Archaeology
Tagged: creative writing, haiku, poetry, weaving
I love the way in which you have weaved (woven?) The fact that we are inescapably linked to our pasts. A thoughtful poem, Rachael.
Thank you, Chris. This was nice to write as I’m taking up weaving!
Your sensitivity is apparent in the heartfelt way you gather the images with your haiku. Beautiful…. simply beautiful. I look foward to following your blog. Mx
Thank you, Belinda. Pleased to have you around ❤
I adore this….love, love, love it 🙂
Thank you. I LOVE the photo!!! 🙂
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