Scraps of Poetry and Madness

My creative energy has been extremely high the last few days, but since  I’m working feverishly to meet a deadline for work, there’s been little time to benefit from that energy. I felt a little like Virginia Woolf this weekend, so late Friday night just before slipping into dream land, I took a moment to make doodle art in her honor.

One of these will become a postcard. The only problem is I don’t know which one I like best, so you get to choose.

Vote below!

Thanks for voting! Be sure to take some time to doodle this week!

16 thoughts on “Scraps of Poetry and Madness

  1. Daedalus Lex says:

    They ARE both amazing. The gold has a kind of Egyptian sarcophagus gravitas, but the other has more emotion and play and a “mixing it up” feel. It hums with madness better than the more reserved gold one. Oh, almost forgot, “imho”.

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      • ShiraDest says:

        Well, interestingly, I don’t find her story sad. I find it perfectly logical. She accomplished her mission, as she saw it, and decided upon her time. The great shame of it, I think, is that she was still young, and likely could have contributed much more, given…something, I’m not sure what.

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