Sunday, February 21, 2010

Over roof tops

Around the moon tonight, a halo of ice. And silhouetted against the sky the bear and his love fly, above the house, through the night towards the west, in search of the land that is east of the sun, but west of the moon.

6 comments:

Kat_RN said...

You draw pictures with words in a wonderful way. I always enjoy reading your posts.
Kat

Griffin said...

East of the Sun and West of the Moon... now I've read the story, I have got to get the book. Ahem along with a few of your other books too, but don't tell my bank manager I said that!

Every time I see the Robin Hobb books in the library, I smile... because your work is right there. I love the blue dragon on the silver ground too.

Lorna said...

Kat is right. I love coming by to see what picture you will paint next. And of course, the cats.

Tankene Ice Mist said...

Mysterious moon language and magical cats.I too live with a Ginger cat and a Princess who wears a tuxedo. I invite you to my blog.

tailsoftankene.blogger.com
Purrs, Tankene Ice Mist

Lindsey said...

What an inspirational comment.

Lindsey Petersen
http://5kidswdisabilities.wordpress.com

Lydia said...

". . . a halo of ice"
How beautiful, Jackie!

Tonight I had all three cats on my lap and chest while reclining in my chair watching the Olympics on TV. I was absolutely flooded with emotion just looking at them and realizing how lucky I am. "Kitties are the Best!" I told them.....for the 715th time. :)