September 25, 2010
A Sparrow Took A Piece Of Twig
"click on photo enlarge" ~ artist Doré Callaway
That little bird has chosen his shelter. Above it are the stars and the
deep heaven of worlds. Yet he is rocking himself to sleep without
caring for tomorrow's lodging, calmly clinging to his little twig,
and leaving God to think for him.
- Martin Luther
What is joy? It is a bird That we all want to catch.
It is the same bird That we all love to see flying
- Sri Chinmoy
Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
and never stops at all.
- Emily Dickenson
If I were a bird, I'd sing a song
And fly about the whole day long
And when the night comes, go to rest,
Up in my cozy little nest.
- Jackie Silberg
The sound of birds stops the noise in my mind.
- Carly Simon
"Inspiring you all to take a leap and build your wings on the way down"
(Celebrate Daring) - Doré
(This sign is listed in my peaceful etsy.) As well as a thank you to my daughter Hannah for allowing me to post the sign on her bed, "Sing And Fly my little bird"
Posted by Burlap Luxe at 3:18 PM
Labels: Bird Poetry Signs
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This is unbelievably gorgeous!!! And it looks so perfect on the bed--wow!!! You are a decorator par excellance!
I am visiting with my Jenny this weekend--so excited and so awesome to see her....
I love this--and thanks so much for sending me over to your Burlap Luxe abode!
Such beautiful poetry.I loved it.I also love your birds and hope some day soon I can buy one(when i get on top of my bills)Fiona.
Beautiful poetry and your art is gorgeous as well, Doré. Happy weekend, hope it's cooler there than it is down here in No. CA!
So beautiful and so poetic! I loved every single poem, especially Carly Simon's quote. And I adore your style and all of your gorgeousness, dahling!!!!
Happy poetic weekend to you :)
P.S. Remnants is next Saturday so I'm working round the clock. Can't wait to share photos and how it went!
Those poetic quotes were so fabulous! THANK YOU. I really loved them. Stop on by my blog, I'm giving away a CSN gift certificate!
What beautiful artwork. I love the poetry, especially Emily Dickenson. Your art is so peaceful and comforting. My mother was a brid lover and I have fond memories of her looking at your art. I will be purchasing one from you very soon. So lovely.
Oh Dore, Your comment on my blog made me SMILE so big! You are so sweet! I LOVE dessert for breakfast, lunch and dinner! It's just perfect! I know what you mean about the cardboard! Years ago I worked at a restaurant and when you worked outside on the patio, at the end of the night you would have to pick up ciggerette butts that people had thrown. They felt so GROSS to me, the paper just creeped me out! I'd have to use a napkin to pick them up! Thank you for joining in my little party! And it was so nice "speaking" with you!
Bonjour ma belle Doré! What BEAUTIFUL poems that are so fitting for your breathtaking art my dear. How striking that white and textures of burlap can make my heart sing....and of course, the image of such a creature that has inspired ART, POETRY and analogies, similes and metaphors for LIFE. A simple yet SIMPLY ELEGANT POST, the way I love it.....Bises, Anita
Vos visites réchauffer mon cœur autant que la poésie dans le chant d'un oiseau.
Enchère vous une semaine de joie à venir.
Wonderful work Dore. I love your birds! Have a nice Sunday. Alexandra
Ma belle....and your words are always like poetry to us all because you are so kind, you always return a comment, and you make a person feel so special! THANK YOU FOR ALL of your encouragement! BISOUS! Anita
you've revv-ed me up ... AGAIN
That sign is gorgeous Dore!! You are such an amazing artist!
Ah yes, again and again, over and over....your kindness, your talent and your beauty...so much and so evident...so happy everytime I come by to visit...a haven for the soul....even the soul of a wandering cat....
Beautiful poetry...so fitting for your beautiful artwork! Hugs!
So sweet hanging on your daughters beautiful iron post bed, I hope her dreams take flight in the soft twilight, and she reaches the top of the world.
Beautiful and delicate art work fit for any abode.
Beautiful sign, Dore, and thanks for sharing all of the lovely bird poetry with us!
Have a fantabulous week my friend! :)
Hugs ~ Jo
So beautiful Dore, your images are just so calming and relaxing, I love all your precious birdies!! Thank you for linking in to VIF!!
lots of love,
I JUST LOVE YOUR BIRDS!!!! You always paints them so darling=0)
Have a great week,
I love all those bird poems...I am a bird lover and enjoy all your sweet signs. Happy Fall.
Oh, Dore ---- your various poetry snippets today were sooooo beautiful. I love the one by MLK, and adore the one by Carly Simon. This whole post just made me want to sigh over and over again. Thank you for calming my soul and bringing me a moment of peace in my day....:)
oh my...the bed, the chair, the sign, the poetry...SIGH!
...wonderful blog...I love all the soft greywhites...Thank you for placing the poems along with your beautiful creations....
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I found your blog a few weeks ago and have been "lurking" in the background. I love what you do.
Dore your artwork brings me peace. What a lovely post of poetry.
I love the tray in your previous post. What an amazing piece of work.
I am always inspired when I visit your place.
Very pretty. I love all of the quotes. Best wishes :)
~*~*LOVE your blog!! Im your newest follower and putting you on my blogroll!! hugs, Rachel ~*
Just saw your write up in Romantic Homes, fabulous!
I love how charming this looks right in the middle of that beautiful bed!! You're just so talented pretty lady!
Hugs to you!
~Terrell @ FrouFrou Decor~
This is so beautiful. I love it and the words of poetry are the perfect touch! Looks great on that gorgeous bed!
I love every detail!!! Your blog is wonderful!
Dore I just had to tell you...while tinkering with my studio blog I decided to put up some of my Artwork on the sidebar and one of the pieces is of the sanddollar I painted for you...I named it 'Dore'. ox
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