Jilanne Hoffmann has a great blog on writing, and is a blogging buddy.
She shared her dogwood poem with me;
I had to put it into my art journal.
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Thank you Jilanne.
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So, so beautiful, Kate! It’s thrilling to see your artwork and my words commingling. Thank you!
I wanted it in my journal but I wish I could get you a copy…. hard to copy a journal!
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Beautiful poem and beautiful painting!
Thanks to jilanne for the words!