Wednesday, November 11, 2009

this bag of dreams...



Take
if you must, 
this little bag of dreams
Unloose the cord, 
and 
they will wrap you round.

5 comments:

Life, Uncharted. said...

Very nice. Yeats portray so much dramatic richness in his words. I have a few of his quotes stored on my hard drive. I love the photo too. I'm hoping its the dreams that are wrapping around me and not the chord. Yikes! Just kidding :) Inspiring entry for sure.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

yes, yeats would be hard to beat in anything written! just a little play on the words and the chord and the image :)

The Abbot said...

Hi Jenean. Not sure about W B Yeats but the poem The Lady of Shalott was written by Alfred Lord Tennyson about a lady cursed and living in a castle constantly weaving a magic web. The outside world was viewed through a mirror which she broke the unknown curse when she saw Sir Lancelot ride by.
She stopped weaving...got in a boat and died on the way to Camalot.

The Abbot said...

Had a senior moment ...obviously the words were by W B Yeats who was a member of the occult organization The Golden Dawn along with the notorious A Crowley.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

hi trevor - sorry i'm just now getting over here and finding your comments - sometimes i am so focused on the newest posts i forget to check older ones, even though i am always very grateful to have someone actually browse around and look at other posts! i sometimes think that only the first one on the screen is looked at by a lot of folks! so thanks especially to you! sorry if my labels were a bit confusing! and thanks for coming by!!!