“The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”~Bertrand Russell, British philosopher
What a great way to wrap up National Poetry Month: my haiku was featured by the Editor’s Desk on the app Heyku. It was also posted on their Facebook page. They loved the artwork.
The haiku itself is sad and frustrating: unsold-out Zentangle classes at MegaMeet next week. But without that tortured pain and suffering, I would never had be inspired to write the poem and to show off the beauty of Zentangle and what all these scrapbooking artists will be missing. *deep sigh…eyes closed…tosses head back, arm drapes limp on forehead*
I know, how could it get any better? I played around with photo effects through some app editing programs, and you can see a vibrant interpretation on Instagram.
I’m not as active on Facebook as I am on other social media sites, so 14 more minutes left there.
As far as fame goes, this week’s Diva Zentangle Challenge 165 showcases the tangle of another Zentangle enthusiast. “Camelia” by Anne Marks is introduced this month, a tangle inspired by flowers in nature.
I see different things than that in it, but perhaps that’s my vision how I drew it. I’m also not a gardener, so I couldn’t tell you the difference between a daisy or an amaryllis or Calla lily.
All of which has no impact on my delight when I receive a bouquet of flowers from my husband. Nope, not at all.