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About this scrapbook page:
2 of 9 in in my "Universal Dame" series based on Emerson's final stanza of "The Sphinx". I created this series about my journey through the grief of losing my husband and my own metamorphosis. Stanza is in the comments.
Design credits:
©Patty Anne Henderson
Created using Finecrafted Designs' "Inner Voice" (sadly retired)

Comments for this page: (view all 9 comments)
Moongirl says:
Great work!!
Aug 19, 2019
2017Westie says:
LOvey PAxxx
Aug 17, 2019
Lori47 says:
Lovely beyond words!!! Including the words to his poem! This second page is like the others -- moving, emotional, tasteful, graceful, stylish, elegant, subtle, exquisite, and expressive!!!
Aug 16, 2019
ScrapDaddy says:
Enchanting & imaginative ~ gorgeous lyric series.
Aug 16, 2019
MaryWonder says:
Wooo magnificent
Aug 16, 2019
Banda says:
Beautiful!!!!
Aug 16, 2019
Scrapping Jayne says:
Fantastic!
Aug 16, 2019
savannah's grand mawmaw says:
Fabulous page
Aug 16, 2019
Patty Anne says:
Uprose the merry Sphinx,
And crouched no more in stone;
She melted into purple cloud,
She silvered in the moon;
She spired into a yellow flame;
She flowered in blossoms red;
She flowed into a foaming wave;
She stood Monadnoc's head.
Through a thousand voices
Spoke the universal dame:
"Who telleth one of my meanings,
Is master of all I am."
Aug 16, 2019
   
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