November 2021

what carries the truth?
wind scattering fallen leaves–
fragile, decaying

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For more madness, follow me on Instagram @h_zimel methodtwomadness is a blog of two friends, Nina and Kerfe kblog is Kerfe's solo branch on the tree

22 responses to “November 2021”

  1. Manja Maksimovič says :

    Lovely, this. I wish to warn you that your piece was accepted by Visual Verse for October (in case you haven’t seen, I’ve just had a look and there is mine as well, as the last, 100th!). Well done, us!

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    • memadtwo says :

      Thanks Manja. I just went over and looked. Your story is perfect for the photo–very unsettling. I’m glad you checked, I had given up on mine. But they were obviously saving the best for last!

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      • Manja Maksimovič says :

        I gave up on mine too but when I saw the new prompt, something told me to check. First I was happy to see yours, and then was really surprised to see mine at the end like this. Haha, obviously your last sentence is correct. 😀

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  2. D. Avery @shiftnshake says :

    Truth as scattered leaves… love it.

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  3. Freya Pickard Author says :

    I like this, Kerfe – both the artwork and your haiku!

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  4. merrildsmith says :

    The truth can be very fragile. I like the haiku and the art.

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  5. Suzanne says :

    What a clever idea for a collage (and a patchwork). Your haiku really suits it.

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  6. Claudia McGill says :

    I like referring to the grid and thinking of how each might represent an aspect of the truth that when taken as a whole depends on each part.

    Like

  7. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Marta, the Haiku was very good and the leaves were so beautiful. Too good.

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  8. robbiesinspiration says :

    This is a lovely haiku, Kerfe, and you artwork is interesting and compelling.

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  9. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    love the bold colour and fragility of the pieces in your collage – I was drawn to the almost invisible top left corner- perhaps that is where truth lies!

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  10. M says :

    This reminds me of a quilt of fields with water to the east, and the pen, a walk among them ~

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