Friday, 16 May 2014

Starting in the middle.

I have started writing, again.  I have doodled and written poetry and odd lines ever since I could hold a pencil.  I am being brave and showing a few extracts on my blog, I am starting small!

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She stood on the balcony, a little girl barely reaching the top of the solid wooden rails around the edge.  Wearing a full length cream dress with chocolate ribbon trim and tiny delicate peach blossoms embroidered on an over frilly bodice, small leaves of pale green, each one a tiny stitch of silken thread.  She watched over the distant field, a sea of crimson.  Waves of rich red tulips, dancing to the tune of the setting sun.




 
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Laney x
 
 


10 comments:

Jill Kiln Fired Art said...

Beautful wordsLaney

kathyinozarks said...

I love your beads Laney

Izzybeads by Laney said...

thank you Jill x

Izzybeads by Laney said...

Thank you Kathy, I just can't get enough flowers at the moment :)

jinxxxygirl said...

In the first picture i LOVE how the leaves have some of the flower color in them too. Lovely words Laney...... I like to dabble in writing too...... I really like to describe things in minute detail but i find i have to be careful not to over do it or the words just do not flow and become choppy.... Hugs! deb

georgiebee said...

That's beautiful writing Laney, when you've written a book, I shall be reading it!!..;)x

Chrys Art Glass said...

Yes I would liken to read your book too. Beautiful detailed imagery.
Your flowers are gorgeous, do you have a tutorial for sale on how to make them?

Eugenia Maru http://lulurulitos.blogspot.com said...

Qué lindos tus trabajos.
A mí también me gusta escribir, antes más que ahora... ahora "vuelo por los aires" cada vez más seguido, y no en avión, sino mentalmente, jaja.
Un abrazo
Maru - Chile

Tanya @ Bead and Needle said...

Lovely - the words AND the glasswork! XOXO

Elaine Thornton said...

Oh my you are a poet too, you talented devil you!! I am loving all the flowers gorgeous colours, love the orange, which one is it?