a one line poem by Grace of Windthread

Posted: May 11, 2017 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time
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this morning I finished embroidering Grace of Windthread’s beautiful one line poem for the Full Moon
“We are burning Karma and it smells like incense…”
tonight I will stitch grape vine tendrils to the ends of the steel twigs
vintage silk ribbon stitched with indigo and pomegranate dyed silk from Glennis Dolce
inktense coloured pencil with red silk
this morning I edged it with ochre stained hand plied plant fibre string from a Yam Totem Arnhem Land 1976
to honour our beautiful muse Ariel P Cat 1999-2017PS grape vine tendrils inserted into the ends of the steel twigs, wrapped in eelskin, stitched with black linen thread & black glass beads
photo taken with a flash at dawn as the weather is overcast today

Comments
  1. Christina says:

    Such beautiful words….say so much. Sending love, have been thinking of you and lovely wise Ariel….not always easy to inhabit the space they leave behind x

  2. Mo….make pain softer..

  3. this was the grace note that i needed this morning. It is wonderful gentle day cynthia

  4. Liz A says:

    Beautiful stitches … beautiful words

  5. Nancy says:

    A most serene and beautiful honoring Mo.

  6. Eliene says:

    I feel his influential energy will be with you forever Mo & I for one, hope to see his pawprint somewhere in some of your future artworks. The honesty seedlings are thriving I see……& your collaboration with other works looks like a fitting tribute to your boy.

  7. coloremartine says:

    All these beauties stitched together, what a wonderful ode to Ariel P Cat………………

  8. the smoke spirals upward….love the Inktense….perfect….

  9. snicklefritzin43 says:

    Love the words from Grace and how those words now stand as a memory banner..beautiful
    Kristin

  10. fiberels says:

    Ahhhh, dear Ariel … resting there, but not really : always in your hearts !

  11. deemallon says:

    those are such great words… maybe time for a tattoo? just kidding. your honoring continues and is powerfully moving

  12. jude says:

    it’s nice that her words traveled here.

  13. Ah dear Mo – this holds such heart and honouring and deep connection
    The ceremony with Graces wonderful words is powerful magic
    So good to hear of your memories of joy

  14. Hazel says:

    What a beautiful and elegant gathering of words, totems and heart. ox

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