Frairum-Tangle Pattern

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    1. molossus, who says Life Imitates Doodles 55 months ago | reply

      Once upon a picture dreary, while I tangled weak and weary,
      Over many an overused pattern of forgotten lore
      While I plodded, kind of tangling, suddenly there came a banging,
      As of ideas gently slamming, slamming against my brainpan door.
      “Fancy these up,” I muttered,’ “they’ll be better than before.”
      Only this, and then repeat them more.

      So--take any old pattern--say the daisy that probably every doodler in the world chooses as his/her first doodle. Add a dash for decoration, a circle, a slash. Make some dark, make some light. Keep adding more on 'til you've got a bunch. And hey! That old overused pattern looks kind of nice.

      It's sort of like making goulash. There isn't much in the house, so you fancy up what you've got.
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    2. CardHappy2009 aka Lori Dennis 55 months ago | reply

      Love your tangle and the poem, good job :D

    3. Anita Elmore 55 months ago | reply

      Love it! Thanks for sharing.

      Blessings,
      Anita ♥
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    4. marytanhooper 55 months ago | reply

      Love the tangle , Thank you for sharing

    5. skinnystraycat 55 months ago | reply

      Flowers that have been given the Molossus treatment! They're so lovely~ ^_^

    6. Zoë Ford 55 months ago | reply

      They do look great all in a bunch like that. And your poem is great! :)

    7. Gaye ~ Paris Salon 55 months ago | reply

      great tangle pattern and text, thanks so much for sharing!

    8. Margaret Storer-Roche 55 months ago | reply

      Great tangle...wonderful poem! :)

    9. molossus, who says Life Imitates Doodles 55 months ago | reply

      Edgar Poe's probably turning over in his grave--though maybe he's used to being stolen from, by now.

      Thank you all!

    10. Paint Daubs 48 months ago | reply

      Shades of Banjo Pattrerson in the metre?
      Nice.

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