Photo: pin bought for a donation to
Habitat for Humanity
(c) 2015 Saradunn

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TPOS prompt:
what is your home made of ?

My response to the prompt:

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building homes

a brush of kindness

love in action

transforming lives

building communities
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Mon Feb 16, 2015 tanka prompt: what is your home made of

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(I wore my home “on my sleeve” today, it was made of kimonos.

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My friendCindy Rinne

made this beautiful pin and gave it to me,

when she finished her solo art show

in our Living Room Gallery a few years ago.

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She especially loves kimono fabric,

and she is an experimental and unusual

artist and poet !

(She loved having some

of our brilliant friend Alexis Rotella’s

collage papers too.

I wore her house for her visit…

who else can say my house is made of kimonos? 

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It is a small mystery 

as if a garden has moved indoors. 

What is your home built of? 

Bricks? 

Does it have a grass roof? 

A sterling silver door? 

A golden entryway. 

Is it made of words? 

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What is the signpost, 

the marker, the numbers that signify? 

Do you embed mirrors and stones in your hearth?

 What is your home built of, 

can you “wear it on your sleeve”? 

Or put it in your tanka?)

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Mon Feb 16, 2015 prompt: what is your home made of  (I wore my home "on my sleeve" today, it was made of kimonos. My friend Cindy Rinne made this beautiful pin and gave it to me, whe she finished her solo art show in our Living Room Gallery a few years ago. She especially loves kimono fabric, and she is an experimental and unusual artist and poet! (She loved having some of our brilliant friend Alexis Rotella's collage papers too. I wore her house for her visit... who else can say my house is made of kimonos? It is a small mystery as if a garden has moved indoors. What is your home built of? Bricks? Does it have a grass roof? A sterling silver door? A golden entryway. Is it made of words? What is the signpost, the marker, the numbers that signify? Do you embed mirrors and stones in your hearth? What is your home built of, can you "wear it on your sleeve"? Or put it in your tanka?)
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