Mandala Stone #13

Black and White Existence

May look appealing
promise a certain ease,
but is difficult
to juggle
when shadows
as they will,
eventually causing
as it drifts
toward a space
of muted grayness.

Elizabeth Crawford 6/13/11

Mandala Stone #13: This is a zentangle Mandala, drawn free hand with pen and ink. I played with it digitally and liked what happened. We need color in our lives to better express our thoughts and feelings. A black and white existence becomes small and limiting very quickly.

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2 Responses to Mandala Stone #13

  1. Love the poem and I especially love the top mandala. Stunning.


  2. 1sojournal says:

    Thanks Sherry, all three are the same Mandala, the second two have been played with digitally. I am experimenting, lol.



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