Ask not of me, love, what is love?
Ask what is good of God above;
Ask of the great sun what is light;
Ask what is darkness of the night;
Ask sin of what may be forgiven;
Ask what is happiness of heaven;
Ask what is folly of the crowd;
Ask what is fashion of the shroud;
Ask what is sweetness of thy kiss;
Ask of thyself what beauty is.
Bailey—Festus. Sc. A Party and Entertainment.
Oooooooohhh Lorelei, you are amazing! I love your combination of colors and patterns... so pretty! Love, love, love it!ReplyDelete
So pretty! Love the dotted beads. Hmmmmm, I have a bird cardigan this would go well with.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!! I love it :)ReplyDelete
Great job! I love this! Well, I love everything you create, but this one is just awe-inspiring :) I'm diggin' the new blog banner too :)ReplyDelete
I l ove the assymetry here, beautifully balanced, a gorgeous necklace.ReplyDelete
This is so gorgeous. Love it!ReplyDelete
you have such beautiful posts ... and although I am not a beader, I do come here to get a fresh perspective from the world at large ... your world.ReplyDelete
i love the painted treasure ... it is, as the girl in the story of the 'Three Bears' said, 'just right.'
I love that focal image - and the pretty and bright clay beads you put with it. Definitely a winner!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this - amazing use of colour. What fabulous spotty beads too!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning! The colours and asymmetry are outstanding!ReplyDelete
That is just incredible. I love your asymmetric balance. That is an amazing perdant and you have put some lovely things with it!ReplyDelete