SHADES OF BLUE FEATURED ON EXPLORING COLOUR

 

Today my poem Shades of Blue is featured on Exploring Colour, the beautiful and inspiring blog from Liz Cowburn; https://exploringcolour.wordpress.com/2019/04/25/shades-of-blue-2/

It is featured alongside a powerful poem of loss and being found from Kay McKenzie Cooke entitled Found. Kay’s blog is https://kaymckenziecooke.com/

and a stunning water-colour painting of blue irises by Jodi McKinney from the blog https://lifeinbetween.me/

Liz has curated this little collection exploring the positivity of the colour blue while sharing two sides of the adoption spectrum with the help of photography from her husband Nigel.

Please take a moment to visit the blogs and explore the beauty and colour of painting, pictures, poetry and precious voices…

 

Dami X

 

Published by deuxiemepeau

Published poet, writer, baker and former fashion maker, with footprints in Paris, London and Amsterdam but currently back home in Dublin with sights aimed at leaving a mark on the West coast one clear fine day...

10 thoughts on “SHADES OF BLUE FEATURED ON EXPLORING COLOUR

    1. Thanks Jane. Liz really created something beautiful from Kay’s poem to Jodi’s irises that I am so bold over being a part of this piece 😘🤗

  1. What a lovely introduction. Painting, pictures, poetry and precious voices. Thanks for including links to Kay and Jodi’s blogs.. wonderful!

    1. They are beautiful and inspirational, like yourself and so I hope as many people see and share their work as possible. There’ve been Twitter and Facebook posts too so I hope the visitors don’t miss this. Wonderful indeed! What a gift to the day, the life, the heart ❤️

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