Always.. always when I write a poem like this and think it is going to be perfect, then one final icky movement ruins the whole thing. In this case, the D in Dickinson.. but I finished the whole thing anyway sigh!
“Come a landsman, a pins man*, a tinker or a tailor;
doctor, a lawyer, soldier, or sailor.
A rich man, a poor man, a fool or a witty,
don’t let her ...
... "Nothing Gold Can Stay"
8x8in watercolor and ink
"Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower;
But only so an ho...
... Michael Sull writing. I asked him what his favorite letter is and immediately he crafted out this gorgeous ‘B’. I keep it on the desk for inspiration....
This beautiful vows is written for Melanie for her husband Jeremy. She asked for brown ink on cream paper, I think it looks quite classic.