Belle de Lune ~ a cleave collaboration

Despite knowing what a nightmare I am to write with, the incredibly talented Dajena of Moonskittles took me under her wing once more. Words flow effortlessly from her talented hand while I hack away and keep her waiting for days. Dajena’s words bring out a different side of my writing and I had so much fun working together on this cleave.
The beautiful watercolor that accompanies the poem is handpainted by Dajena and testament to the versatility of her artistic mind.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to write together once again, Dajena and for your patience and enthusiasm. I’m sure most of you know Dajena and have enjoyed wandering around her inspiring blog but, if you haven’t had the chance yet, I can’t recommend a visit highly enough.


35 thoughts on “Belle de Lune ~ a cleave collaboration

  1. Where should I start? The watercolour looks splendid! I’ve never read a cleve before…three poems in one!!! :-O I can’t even think of accomplishing something so beautiful! This poem is sheer genius…all three of them honestly! I only read the whole first and then reached the note at the end and re-read the bits that make the whole!! And I have read all three twice…because once wasn’t enough to absorb the magic!!! Both of you are such gifted writers…!
    I left this exact same comment on Dajena’s site πŸ˜€ But I had to say it to both of you!!!


  2. I am smiling big and bright dear friend. It is a thrill and a pleasure to write with you. My lines, always have a great leader to follow. πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for these glowing words. You are the best and I find my skittles blushed and humbled.
    I am looking forward to more opportunities to write together until you get sick of me πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
    ~ Dajena πŸ™‚

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