Details in the Fabric


Illustration Credit: Davy D.

Written for November Notes, hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies. Have some fun and join in.

Day 2 Music Prompt: Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz.




Beautiful! And I love the section on Inside your mind, pretty impressive bio.

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oh. oh this hits the heart hard. -_- especially that last line!

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Wow…so brilliant…really Davy..

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Plenty to think about in those few words, Davy.

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Wowza, Davy! I agree with Rosey–hits my heart hard. And I love what you do with the art–again it’s the simplicity which shines, as though a very wise young child created it…and blew his parents’ minds. Brilliant.

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What makes this more beautiful is the reality behind each word. ❀️ And I agree, I love what you did with the art, too. Splendid, D. 😁

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Oh wow. I love what you did here!

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Wow I love the dark turn this one takes!

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Perfect artwork and perfect words. Together they make, well, this brilliant poem πŸ™‚ It makes you think.

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I’ve been thinking about the art for several days – the way it fits with the words. This is excellent. I feel the darkness.

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The poem and the image, how they are put together, excellent! Very professional looking actually!

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