People and Things, a mother-daughter Blog

December 14, 2008

Taffeta, Calico, and Seams-Lesley

Filed under: art,irony,life,people,perspectives,poetry — peopleandthings @ 11:33 pm
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The only reason we have cloth at all is because people from the stone age figured out how to weave some of the many fibers they were accumulating after they ate. They were figuring out how to use it not because they needed to; they could have just discarded it, yet they found a use….we are in a world wide depression, I think we should do the same.

 

 

 

A place where pieces join

Sometimes it feels like a

Tear drop

Sometimes

it feels like the rain.

 

 

Really,

you aren’t trying,

to change,

anything,

 

 

Like food, clothing, and shelter,

force you forward,

anyway.

 

 I Know people have hearts, and they go to Big Lots or other stores that are good to buy simple things…

blankets, baby toys, food….there are a lot of local shelters, try your churches for one toy, one blanket, a few cans of food.

merry Christmas to all of us………

Birth of Christ.

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2 Comments »

  1. I think they figured out how to use it BECAUSE they needed it, with cold weather in winters and so on…
    soo…. what are you suggesting as a solution?!

    Comment by billboardx — December 14, 2008 @ 11:42 pm | Reply

  2. ok read piss your pants read full of shit now read this

    can’t hold back from commenting any longer

    your stuff (for me ) is putting the art back into artistic expression

    if i’m tagged by a truck tomorrow i can fly awaay full

    thanks,

    nick

    Comment by nickpierce — December 18, 2008 @ 11:24 pm | Reply


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