Cherry Blossoms in Japan from Cherry Blossom in Japan (Marie Wintzer ;-)

So beautiful comes the Art-of-the-ENVELOPE from Marie, that one hates to open it!

Blossoms and colors, postage stamps and Japanese calligraphy abound, and one knows it is from Marie!

I always carefully slice the sides of the envelope from Marie

and spread it open, as it is an art piece all its own.

Even the inside ads for furniture, screens, a-walk-amongst-the-blossoms... are artistic!

Okay, that was just the, the treasure within:

Three-piece beauty that speaks of distant lands and unknown language.

Threads are whispy and gentlely flowing...

It is soooo SPRING!

" the sight of a reason...(or this season?)

the same sight slighter,

the sight of a simple

negative answer,

the same sore sounder,

the intention of wishing,

the same splender,the same furniture..."

pure poetry from Marie! xxx

Each piece a beauty, real "visual" poetry here! Red Japanese bridge over water and stones...

and stones.

and even the flip sides are fascinating:

It is meant to be hanging ...perhaps in the Greek Spring breeze on my balcony,

or out at the seaside shack..and let the threads and good spirits  flow...

Thank you, Cherry Blossom, for this...I shall spend many happy moments

contemplating its  beauty! xxx

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Comment by Svenja Wahl on March 29, 2012 at 9:24pm

How beautiful and poetic! Superwonderful

Comment by Nancy Bell Scott on March 29, 2012 at 4:20pm

The 3-piece beauty would be much coveted in Maine; it is delightful and seriously beautiful at the same time. Wow. And yes, the envelope is no slouch either!



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