The Fifty Cent Tour

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

woven goods


thank 
the
people
who weft through
the warp of your life
for creating the tapestry


Rene ~ January 2011


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24 comments:

  1. Well then...thanks, gal. You are spice in the chili.

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  2. Sometimes it feels like a warp. And yes, thanks to those who weave the tapestry!

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  3. Oh your words hold such a beautiful imagery. I love all of the different takes on this photo prompt.

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  4. beware the spicy chili..just saying...but the tapestry we all create it is gorgeous...

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  5. Tapestry ... rich, full of history, valuable .. your Magpie is one of my favorites!

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  6. Quietly beautiful. Thank you, Rene.

    :)

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  7. Together we can make a cloth of gold!

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  8. Short but very sweet. Pithy, true and instantly appreciable.
    What could be better.

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  9. Great piece 'warp of your life'- I know that feeling.

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  10. Wonderful!

    I love the analogy.

    ...weft through / the warp of your life

    is just a wonderful line (I smile in delight).

    I'm a first time visitor. Having a look around your blog, there's quite a bit I like. I don't know how I've missed it; must have been busy, don't know what with.

    You write in your profile:

    "I'm just a gal who writes.
    I just do.
    It's how I play."

    Well, let me just say: you got game girl! :)

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  11. creating the tapestry....beautiful...bkm

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  12. I love the notion of life being a tapestry. Beautiful, Rene.

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  13. I have to agree - I love the whole idea of life being a tapestry. It reminds me of Carole King's song from (I think) 1970 or 1971.

    You did a lovely job of weaving your words here.

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  14. great positive post!

    thank you

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  15. Nice take on a prompt that was frankly incomprehensible to me. I'm waiting for next time, I think.;)

    I like weaving images and you've used them well here to number the threads that tie us together.

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  16. A tapestry stitched by individuals to create the one sole piece, the quilt of time. Well expressed.

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  17. Simply divine...thanks for sharing!

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  18. Oh yes, I do! And I thank you too for this thought provoking piece.. it's wonderful!

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