I love this the Eisher quality that the background has the architecturalclean lines. It's beautiful.Well school skirts have been doing this dance ever since I can remember - nothing new there!
Your haiku does bring back memories. I can remember when we used to roll the waist band to bring up the skirt...what a naughty little girl I was!
Super picture, Dave. As for the haiku, I'm afraid I hate to see kids in school uniforms that are anything but by the time they've finished!
In my teaching days, Dave, it was the era of granny skirts and all the girls trooped to school looking just like grannies. They kick against school uniform and then wear the uniform of their peers anyway!
miracles do happen everyday :) shame, shame, shame....and your jesus... you have beheaded him...? where and who and why??? lovely.
Uh-oh, Tabor and I must be from the same generation. I rolled my waistband, too. Shh...don't tell.
Oh yeah, my younger daughter was like that, so many changes from what she looked like when she left home and when she arrived at school. Hmmmm.
I have come to visit ~ to read what you have been posting. Never a disappointment, always a delight!
I can see a touch of Stanley Spencer in this.
Wow, quite a contrast between image and haiku...excellent.
We had strict regulations for school hems - two inches above the knee when kneeling. Woe betide us if it varied!
My son came home one day all excited about a visit to the neighbors house- "You would not believe what they have on their wall! A shot up scarecrow on a stick, all bloody and stuff!" He had never before seen Jesus crucifix thing before...Love the girls with their skirts that seem to know how short or long to be ...
How thankful I am that He not only died but was resurrected for us ... thanks for your visit today.
Love the haiku. Unerringly accurate as always.
I'm wondering what the symbolism is of the cross seeming to rise from a tree which erupts from the pavement. Very interesting drawing.I like the haiku too.
A fantastic observation here!
Terrific painting. Really well done.
GweiThanks. I didn't know there was a tradition behind the yo-yo skirts.TaborMy favourite type of little girl, was that!DerrickIn spite of what I said above, now I agree.Weaver of GrassI can relate to that. I was very anti-uniform at school. Refused to become a prefect because it meant have a gold tassel on my cap.KayBeheaded him? Nah! It's drooping innit? So you're looking at the top of it..Who? Me. Why? I have never completely lost the... whatever it is that religion gives you. Not sure what you're asking with the where?willowYour secret's safe with me... such goings-on!TechnoBabeWell, I suppose they have to give us old focies something to complain about.HelenWhat a smashing comment. Thanks a million!JimYou couldn't have paid me a bigger compliment - b ut he was sexy (in both senses of the word) and I am not. Still, I'll overlook that. Thanks.CondaYup, can't deny the contrast. Thanks Conda.
jinksyQuite right, too!Linda SueThat gives me an image that could be worked on. Marvellous. This hemline business is opening up a whole new perspective for me. I knew it happened, not that it was so commonplace.S. EtoleGood to have you aboard. Thanks for the comment.Madame DeFargeThank you very much.KassNo symbolism, as such. The cross was beside the road, it's the houses that sre probably not kosher - if I can put it that way.OpaqueDrawing? Or Haiku? Either way, thanks.CarlThanks Carl jinksyQuite right, too!Linda SueThat gives me an image that could be worked on. Marvellous. This hemline business is opening up a whole new perspective for me. I knew it happened, not that it was so commonplace.S. EtoleGood to have you aboard. Thanks for the comment.Madame DeFargeThank you very much.KassNo symbolism, as such. The cross was beside the road, it's the houses that sre probably not kosher - if I can put it that way.OpaqueDrawing? Or Haiku? Either way, thanks.CarlThanks Carl
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