Poetry Friday: Blue Oyster

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blue oyster

the path we travel

unfettered

~jone rush macculloch

This was my submission to the Oregon State Fair. I was thrilled when I discovered it took second for the Altered Division.

Speaking of winners…LINDA MITCHELL, you won the pair of Be Kind earrings created by Robyn Hood Black. Please email me your address.

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11 Responses to Poetry Friday: Blue Oyster

  1. Congratulations, Jone! Beautiful. I love how you are flourishing up a storm, making time for creative time! (I am back from hurricane evacuation and will be delighted to fulfill that earrings order – :0) Yay, Linda! )

  2. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Wow! I love the altered photo and haiku. The photo reminds me of a Georgia O’Keefe painting (one of my favorite artists). Congratulations on your ribbon at the state fair.

  3. Michelle Kogan says:

    Congrats Jone–Your haiku is filled with wonder!

  4. Love this haiku! What a winner!

  5. Tabatha says:

    That does look like a prize winner! Congrats!

  6. Michelle Heidenrich Barnes says:

    Wonderful! Congratulations, Jone. 😀

  7. Linda Mitchell says:

    Woot! I’m a winner! That photograph is absolutely stunning. I agree with Joyce that it looks like a painting. It has layers of beauty. So happy for you that you have time to tinker and enter photography contests! You have so much talent to share with our world. Shine on, kiddo, shine!

  8. Gail Aldous says:

    Jone, I love the poem and painting! So happy for you getting a prize! Keep it up! Congratulations!

  9. Joyce Ray says:

    Love your painting and haiku, Jone! Congratulations on your recognition and prize!

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