Saturday, February 18, 2012

This book is speaking to me

The book is, The Bailiff Yerney And His Rights by Ivan Cankar
First Issued 1930, printed in Great Britain
by the Chiswick Press, New Southgate, N.11
for Messers. Eyre and Spottiswoode LTD.




protest
in mind
was intent
to postpone the
struggle
of
the dreamy world




incidentally,
downtrodden
so much
targets
individual
exceptional
painter






I didn't make that up.
That is what it says.

11 comments:

  1. As above give a nice post. Here give a wonderful poster of the Book. It's really fentastic look of book.

    photo book

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  2. LOVE what's happening here, sharon! i too have a book i took on vacation (only it was a crummy one to read)last summer. it has ended up being my favorite "go to" for all arting, collage, paint, inks, the old pages just consume all media in such good ways!
    wishing you much DELIGHT on your newer paths! :)

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  3. You already put everything you need in the book, the book KNOWS you.

    Darla

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  4. Wow! This is amazing. It's like a puzzle! I love how the words reveal themselves...almost like a fortune teller! Great fun!
    dix--

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  5. aiii! i LOVE this journal painting/sketch. inspired. ♥

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  6. what a clever way to write poetry - you really have to come to this with NO expectations

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  7. This is great. So glad the Muse is speaking to you.

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  8. Yes... the words are there... fabulous how your eye could find them
    creating deeper meaning
    stiring the soul
    ignites longing
    satisfies the path
    finds truth
    touches others
    makes connection

    Thanks for your inspiration!

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  9. Another side of your creative talent. Beautiful!

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