2.03.2011

kissing the button peddler



Oh, how I LOVE found poems! I love the surprise and the serendipitious connecting of words into phrases that my hand and brain wouldn't have done with just pen and paper. This one was shared with my writing group last night and I couldn't resist sharing it here as well. Blessings,

10 comments:

gina said...

i adore this!

Debi said...

!!!!!! i LOVE LOVE LOVE this! oh my!

Dreama Kattenbraker said...

Yowza! I love this----can see it all--my, my, my, that Ona! I am guessing your writing group adores the illustrated versions of your words.

triciascott said...

debi!!! thank you! it was fun to do. have you ever played around with cut out words? i think you would enjoy it. :)

triciascott said...

thank you, dear gina! i had a lot of fun with it. :)

triciascott said...

dreama, that ona is a mess! lol. the writing group is a really fun time. they do humor me with my wanderings.

Sally Turlington said...

Tricia, this is my first visit to your site. I came because you were so kind as to comment on my blog - thank you for that. I love this found poem you did. It is inspiring me to try my hand at it. I've just barely cracked the surface of your blog and still I find many treasures here, not the least of which is a thankful heart. I'm so glad to tune in when things are going well for you blood-wise. That is a shot of supreme happiness, I'm sure. Your artwork is a delight, from the moon-faced magician, to Suzanna, to Cassiopeia and her sister (with a promised sequel), right on to Tess -- I find that I totally resonate with your art spirit. Just wanted to thank you for visiting my blog and let you know how much I'm enjoying yours. I'll end with a prayer that Sabine is continuing to heal. I'll be back to catch up with you later. Thanks, sallyt

Relyn said...

I already told you on Flickr how much I like this, but it bears repeating. I love this!

triciascott said...

thank you so much, relyn~!

triciascott said...

sally, thank you so much, truly, for your visit, kind words and well wishes. please do try the found poem. it has been incredibly rewarding for me and a few others i know that have tried it. and i hope you post your poem when you do. i'll be checking in either way to your blog as i also feel a great connection to your words and art. big hugs to you this lovely sunday morning.
ps--our sabine cat is almost back to herself. not quite as wild and more content to be indoors which i am enjoying while it lasts.

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