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Spread # 111- Fatigue October 1, 2010

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.
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She’s so tired. Don’t wake her up. May be at 4:00. She’s in bed. She goes down, up, and sideways. She is heavy. She has a black dress on. Very stylish. Sometimes she wears olive. It matches her eyes. She performs menial tasks. She’ll be up soon. Promise. She’ll make that cake that everyone loves.

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1. aimee - October 2, 2010

sounds like the life of a mother! 🙂

2. denise - October 2, 2010

Love the use of typography on this one.

3. Donna - October 2, 2010

….or she can go back to bed for awhile and get some much needed rest – that could be another option….I wish you peaceful rest…let someone else make cake this time…xx

4. Arlene Wanetick - October 2, 2010

REST, my friend!!! xoxox A

5. rivergardenstudio - October 2, 2010

All your words speak to me of being a woman, of beauty in the dark and in light. Wishing you a rest in the sun, on a soft chair… time to listen to October breezes and sleep. roxanne

6. Pnina Gold - October 2, 2010

As always you speak for the rest of us…

7. Christina Brittain - October 2, 2010

I LOVE the poetry of this post. The images, tone, feel, emotion, heaviness, hope, shadow, more that you created with the paint brush of words. You are artist. I love you.

8. Brian Kasstle - October 5, 2010

I have approached this post so many times and it always gives me such profound sadness and grief. I finally decided to post how I feel about it. It is true that art can evoke such sadness, loss, grief & pain. I write this from the airport in Butte, Montana, leaving visiting my sister to come home. I wish you peace and comfort. With much love. The cub.

9. Stephanie - October 8, 2010

the cake can wait…take care of you

I too feel the heaviness of so many people tugging, but feel light at the same time…floaty

x..x

10. gil avineri - October 28, 2010

esoteric and very realistic.


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