Thursday, June 17, 2010

Magpie Number Nineteen






design so simple
ranks among the very best
with Rolex and Porsche






30 comments:

  1. Elegant haiku too! Got to have one... er, haiku and the knife!

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  2. Lovely haiku. Wow, you put my little knife in a very elegant category! I keep it in that little transferware bone dish on the dining table.

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  3. Short,sharp,and truly perfect. A wonderful haiku! Love it! :-)

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  4. After that haiku maybe Willow should consider selling that knife at auction. Its bound to fetch a fair penny. Great work!

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  5. Cheers on your haiku...only the best ...bkm

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  6. Right on, Helen! only the best-

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  7. Interesting how you allied something do old with modern icons.

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  8. Well done, the Haiku - would have liked to see more of the knife. Great post.

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  9. I really love the haiku and I loved yours!

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  10. you make it so simple,
    while others struggle,
    what differences
    with exactly the same references.

    cute Haiku!

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  11. Brilliant haiku, and oh so true! It really is a beautiful object.

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  12. This was... simply elegant.

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  13. To find my way back...to this...and your work, brings a smile to my face and puts a song in my heart!
    Wonderful!

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  14. a wonderful haiku...there is beauty in some knives....and the memories they hold. nice magpie!

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  15. Witty and in such good company..haiku to the rescue!!

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  16. well honed haiku! I like it!

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  17. sharp haiku
    the original soundbite :)

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  18. i love how haiku gets right to the point.
    really great magging!!

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  19. I love the restrictive nature of Haiku and the wonder of putting such modern terms into such an ancient poetic form.

    Thanks for stopping by my new blog.
    -Cami

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  20. I've often compared simple objects with those of more seemingly wordly possessions. The simpler, the better (and easier to carry), I always say. Nice Magpie!

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  21. P.S. Aren't you supposed to be on 'vacation'??

    ;-)

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  22. Great haiku, Helen - every word in place and so perfect.

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  23. Helen I love your haiku, sometimes do them too, but my post are being printed into books and these thoughts are for my journal. If they are out there I am willing to share. Thanks for your visit.
    QMM

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  24. I love your haiku! I think perhaps this should be an ad campaign . . .

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  25. An elegant object, indeed. Dainty and functional.

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