Saturday, March 01, 2008

Hope is the thing with roots

9 comments:

Cris in Oregon said...

LOL They're down there.. They really are. Spring is hurrying. Hang in there Blaize. :)

Mary Richmond said...

I see you peeking--or trying to peek--over that mound of snow! Remember, hope SPRINGS eternal....and it's MARCH!!!! Spring will be coming soon!!!!! (We New Englanders must be brave and tell each other that every day.....)

sukipoet said...

Thanks. I feel like I've been complaining a lot about this weather but I've lived on Cape Cod for 30 years when though they do get snow and cold, it melts fairly soon usually and you can get out and walk around. I think the truth is I want to be somewhere other than here so thanks everyone for bearing up with my repeated disgruntled self.

Annie said...

Hang on, Sukipoet, hang on. Or maybe hop on a plane and come visit me and my daffodils for a while.

marianne said...

Cool drawing!
We had some stormy weather here and more storms and rain to come......
I long for the spring!

human being said...

This one is a masterpiece! Both the poetic title and the painting... nothing else could show hope so beautifully!

We do not see your face, Blaize but your beautiful hair is shinning like the sun behind you... and we know there's something rooting in your heart like those beautiful little things with roots...
Marvelous! I'm really impressed.

sukipoet said...

Thanks annie. Am trying to hang on. YOu know it's terrible but I havent been on a plane since 1994 or so. Yikes.

Marianne, do you get snow in the Netherlands? OR mostly rains.

human being that is so eerie. Before I read your comment about the heart, I drew a new Blaize picture with her heart showing with little bulbs and roots in it. Honestly I didnt get the idea from your comment but on the other hand maybe some psychic communication happened. I had the bulb heart idea this morning when i awoke. Thanks. You have so many wonderful insights on life, hb.

Forever Young said...

i dolike the burst of colour peeping over...means spring is peeping too.

Lynn said...

Hiding behind a snow drift? Waiting for spring to...well, spring forth?