Labels: monday mural, Poefusion
posted by rel at 7:15 AM
Sad but true. I don't think I could make something this beautiful and leave it to the elements. Nice job. Have a nice day.
It's all too true. But good in that way where we should just learn to embrace what we have all we have it.
At least the moment was there to share - though I actually feel a stab of pain when I see art like sand or ice sculptures or chalk drawings on sidewalks, I forget the joy is in the doing as much as the end results.
You've captured the essence of this. When such care has been taken with detail, it seems sad that the sculpture will soon be no more but your poem is taking it further than that.
So true.I love that beautiful things can be made knowing it will wash away. With time we all change shape and form. What is the difference, sooner or later I suppose.
Good job. Lovely thoughtful words. Thanks for the congrats on my winning the giveaway at Michelle's. Easy for me - didn't do a thing. Love that kind of win. Grin. Thanks for the comment on my haiku today... And, yes, dusk is a melancholy time - almost like autumn but more frequent.
so true... and exactly what saddens me about sand sculpture......
As a kid I remember crying when my little sandcastle got washed away! Lovely words.
Sentiments expressed with the wisdom of age - and time!
dont beautifully well, rel.
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