CROOKED

for Haiku Heights, Day 30  

 

Jagged stitches make
higgledy-piggledy quilts.
Straight ones look better

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9 Responses to CROOKED

  1. Hafiz Pathan says:

    yes straight is always better

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  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    A stitch in line saves nine? 😉

    Crooked Ways

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  3. I think they are all beautiful 🙂

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  4. colonialist says:

    The straight and even stitches have a sounder scientific foundation, too. Far more durable.

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  5. Actually, I like “higgledy-piggledy” much more! There’s something about assymetry that attracts me. I know, I’m weird that way… a nd about 256 other ways! (wink)

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  6. neil reid says:

    dear Viv I’m sure you must be right and your hand has held more needles than mine ever will. however I remember the flower garden of a neighbor not far from here. short behind tall, or too close, even overlapped, each different landed as if by a random wind. was it purely chance or just her enthusiasm? any spare space would do. I was no less pleased. so I’m sure you’re right but I’ll also adore random flowers, even random words and the hand behind them all. including yours.

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