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Poetry Friday: Sand Art

Thanks to Kathleen Duey for pointing out this amazing and unique artist from the Ukraine. At eight minutes, the video is a bit long by today’s short-attention-span standards, but commit to watching the whole thing. You won’t regret it.


Okay, it’s not a poem, but I can’t say that it’s not poetry. You’ll find the real stuff at today’s Poetry Friday, hosted by A Wrung Sponge.

7 comments:

Julie Larios said...

Whoa! I have never seen anybody work like that with sand - that is absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting it - and you're right- it's poetry....

Tabatha said...

Amazing! You were right about committing to watching the whole thing. You don't really get it if you just watch her make the first picture. You have to see her transitions. Thanks for sharing.

tanita davis said...

It's weird, because part of me wants to sit and say, "Oh, COOL!" but -- the rest of me is tearing up (because I am the dork that cries when other people cry). If I could understand the language, I'd understand a little more of the power -- yet, the story of war is always the same, isn't it? Love, loss, partings, dreams, and hopes for tomorrow.

Melissa said...

That was absolutely fabulous. Thanks so much for sharing.

Liz in Ink said...

No WAY!!!! Mercy me, what some folk can do...

Mary Lee said...

Wow.

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