Photo101 – Day 18 – Edges and Lines – Clothesbasket in Tow

“Nothing sweeter

In my mind,

Then hanging laundry

On the line.

Light summer breezes,

Each pin squeezes,

Colors in motion

Stretched over time.

 

Lovingly spaced,

Shirt, shift, and lace.

Each sock and partner,

Paired for the race.

 

The Drier is easy,

Push a button and go.

Remove stress,

And wrinkles,

Clothesbasket in tow!”

Poem by denisebalog©

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

7 thoughts on “Photo101 – Day 18 – Edges and Lines – Clothesbasket in Tow”

    1. Barb Mann, thank you for your interest in Hebrew letters. If you go to “Categories” on sidebar on my blog, click on to Hebrew Alpha-Bet letters, you will be taken to my post highlighting these letters. This is not something I came up with, but an age-old understanding and teaching. The letters also intrigued me, and after a bit of digging, I found some information on them. Once discovered, I spent many hours learning and applying them to daily reading and understanding of Scripture. They DO NOT REPLACE Scripture, but help to bring deeper revelation. My book, The King’s Highway – Jesus Revealed in Psalm 119 travels through the 22 letters, of the acrostic poem, and Hebrew alphabet one letter at a time. I hope that helps:) Thank you again for your interest. blessings, denise

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