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On a trip to Ireland, we visited the great poet, William Butler Yeats' grave at Drumcliffe. His grave was simple, as he requested. The trip opened up... more
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On a trip to Ireland, we visited the great poet, William Butler Yeats' grave at Drumcliffe. His grave was simple, as he requested. The trip opened up a new world of poetry for me. This image is named after his famous poem.
Drumcliffe Church, located in County Sligo, Ireland, is where William Butler Yeats (1865–1939) is buried in the graveyard. The beautiful pointed arched doorway is graced with heavy double wood doors with two gorgeous swan handles that were a gift from the Yeats Society in Australia to represent Yeats' poem, The Wild Swans at Coole, written in 1919.
My memories begin as a five-year-old-free-spirit discovering and creating anything 'beautiful.' I was bold, creative, curious, and loved adventure. It stands to reason that when I spray painted the neighbor's black hearse a sparkling shade of silver that I was destined to be an artist. Now that I'm in my 7th decade, my free spirit has settled down a bit (the hearse owner would be glad). Still, curiosity, creativity, and an eye for beauty define me. Lots of things inspire me in my art. I love traveling, and have been afforded the opportunity to see wonderful places all over the world. I then share our travel destinations with others so they can experience the beauty out there too. Another passion of mine is ornamental gardening. Flowers...
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