New haiku

It has been awhile since I’ve written. There is no doubt I am rusty, but that is okay. Everything has a cycle. It is all a process. Patience, gentleness and gratitude certainly help! Here is my latest haiku:

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H5 “Sky Bound”

Uncover yourself Ignite the torch and let your Wings fly you skywards

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The Birth of “Fox in Flight”

A portion of my mile and half walk to Parsons School of Design (part of my alma mater, The New School in New York City) in Union Square was through Madison Square Park. I loved winding through this park, early Saturday mornings, schlepping my printmaking supplies, while listening to my music. Quite often I would […]

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A Merging of Two

I’ve just now been inspired. When I someday have access to a printmaking press, I’d like to print just the body of my fox-wolf-dog collagraph (see above) in white ink on dark paper (I have yet to do that). I’d next print my set of wing collagraphs (as used in my bat-owl-cat collagraph, see below) […]

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Rumi for a Birthday

This Rumi quote and my etching are posted today in honor of my husband’s birthday. He couldn’t be anymore supportive of me nor could we be anymore deeply connected. “Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond” Rumi

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A Favorite Saying

“…Split a piece of wood, and I am there. Lift a stone, and you will find me there.” Gospel of Thomas

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A Brief Introduction (for now)

In a quiet, calm, internally serene and focused moment, I sometimes feel a tug from the recesses of my mind and a whispering from deep within. Images of pseudomythical creatures peer out, raising their heads and presenting to me their would be figures. I reminisce about Native American Totem Poles from my upbringing in Seattle. […]

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