Diane, the digital composition is exceptional. I love the layering effect and the wording. This is a great pairing for St. Patrick's Day.
Thanks, Carol, trying new effects is always an adventure!
Happy St. Patrick's Day, Diane! I usually get the whole Round Up together before going back to leave comments, but this little bit o' Magic was too enticing not to leave a green sprinkle or two in the comment box in the moment... LOVE!
I appreciate your green sprinkles!
I love the fanciful images that accompany this delightful poem. I will be looking for fancies and figments through the rain today!
I hope you find many! (And then write about them!)
Such an evocative poem presented so beautifully! I can feel the magic and ancient traditions. I hope good leprechauns visit and sprinkle the luck of the Irish upon you.
I like to think that all leprechauns are good ones, they just happen to have a lot of harmless mischief in them.
Your poem and the magical image did make me smile, Diane, just as Robyn predicted. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Smiling is good!
A lushly beautiful celebration of the Emerald Isle on this most Irish of days! :-D
I liked working with all the green.
Wow, that artwork is sumptuous, Diane - as is the poem.
Jama used the same word I was thinking of: evocative! Hope you had a nice St. Paddy's Day!
I missed out on the corned beef and cabbage, but I know a diner that makes great corned beef hash. Maybe Sunday...
You are a work of art, Diane. (Also, I love that musical score. Climbing through a barbed wire fence often feels a lot like that.)
Climbing through a barbed wire fence? Is that something you do often? ;-)
Love this fun imagery and poem! I'm wondering what mischief that character is going to be stirring up next . . . Hope you had a lovely St. Patty's Day!
That art/haiga are a divine green, very fetching. I especially like the staff with the dancing dots.
Thank you for making me smile. xoxo
I love the pairing, Diane. As I read your poem out loud, I caught the alliteration... it's perfect and in so few words!
Short and fanciful! Very pretty!
I love the presentation for your poem. And love 'figments and fancies!"