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Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Ripple Of A Journey...

A travellers eyes seek wisdom,
A journey to behold,
The horizons and the oceans
tell of mysteries old.

Of lands that yet had to be named,
Of seas that none had sailed.
The births and deaths and many dreams
Of endeavours that had failed.

The building of a nation,
The founding of a home,
It's what our travellers look for,
While they fly and sail and roam.

Their final destination,
Will remain unknown.
For travellers do not realise
When they have found a home.

They will search amoung the waves,
Till time itself does stop.
The turning of the planet,
The ticking of the clock.

Their journey? It will reach it's end,
They shall embrace their fate.
While the mysteries of the deep,
Lie eternally in wait.

Thursday, September 2, 2010


This is my second zentangle in two hours! I think I have caught Zentangleitis! Well, I think that zentangling is 'my thing' and something that I really enjoy doing. This is my latest zentangle which is a bit different from the other two. I'm not quite sure how yet, but whenever I compare it to the others, something seems... changed...
Well, here it is...!

Mandella Zentangle...

This is my first attempt at a Mandella Zentangle. I was 'inspired' to draw it after watching a video of how. I think they are really great to draw when you feel like relaxing and letting your mind wander. Here is mine...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Some rainy day drawing...

It was raining when I drew this, so I've decided that it's a raindrop. You could call it a tear I suppose, it just didn't really seem appropriate at the time...

I repeated quite a few pattens in this doodle, as I Wasn't feeling particularly inspired to search for more.
This is inspired by a photo I took of a blue spotted Orchid.

The First Zentangle...

I first heard about Zentangles through mum. They are a random little (or big) doodles that you draw in pen only. You are meant to just empty your mind and draw whatever little squiggles happen across your mind. Here is my first attempt at a Zentangle. It took me three days, because I kept getting bored of drawing the same old pattern over and over! However, I am pleased with the end result...