there was no sign

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There was no sign of any people
Only the strange morning came into sight
One hundred arrows
ready for me.

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The first pages from The Legend Flowers in the Alabasters – a minimalist writing notebook I started in November 2010.

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4 thoughts on “there was no sign

  1. hmmmmmmm. i like the black/white/natural colours. i think i have to start a journal or altered book again. so great to hold a finished book in the hands. enjoy yours.

    1. Welcome, Sandra, I’m glad you dropped in! I call this palette “library colours”. ;) I’ve been admiring your creativity since long ago, and I will look forward to seeing a new book from you. You’ve mentioned a “finished” book… well, the problem with mine is that I have too many of them being constantly in statu nascendi, but maybe it’s because each one of them focuses on a different type of content. This way the tide of creativity is often shared between all the projects, but the excitement of beginning can be addictive too. Even now I have an idea for another volume. ;)

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