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Friday, 06 May 2011

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scrapchick

I had never heard this but it's beautiful. TFS. Hope your weekend continues with the quiet play. :)

Sian

I hope your Friday is a lovely one Alexa.

Cheri

Oh I NEED it Alexa - and hoping I can find it right along with you!

Melissa

Lovely poem & a beautiful photo! Thanks for sharing.

Helen

Lovely Alexa - definitely need it but not a chance for it until next week, LOL!!!!
Note to self: do google the poet when you have a minute!

Linda

How lovely! So peaceful. Hope you're having a good uncurling day:)

Lizzie

That's a great poem, combined very will with that lovely photo. It has been pretty chaotic here recently too - I took a little time out this afternoon and just spent it relaxing (for a change!). It's done me good and now I'm ready to dive back in to the next pile of jobs, books, work and organising.
Thank you for sharing your little bit of peace with us - just what I needed at the end of a long couple of weeks!

Jimjams

Never heard of the poet, but that is a lovely poem, set against a beautiful photo. Thank you for sharing them with me.

Jacky S

A truly beautiful poem,Alexa......enjoy your gentle Friday.

rockchickhelen

Just beautiful :)

Karen W

So lovely--both the poem and the photograph.

Carola Bartz

I don't know this poem, but it is beautiful. I can understand that it is one of your favorite. I love the photo as well - both work so perfectly!

Ginger

Perfect poem for how you are feeling. Like how you made the poem stand out by making that side more transparent!

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