Friday, January 15, 2010

Dust of Snow - Robert Frost - in Andrea's moleskine

Dust of Snow Robert Frost

About a week before I received the book in the mail, I was on a long subway ride, and as I usually do, I read all the ads and signs on the train. I came across this poem by Robert Frost in one of those "train of thoughts" posters. I tried to not forget about it till I got home.

I really like how simple it is and how accurate it is, I often feel like those random moments of beauty makes me feel like life is worth living for.

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6 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I love these pages, they are beautiful, delicate, evocative.

That's a nice Frost poem, and one I'm unfamiliar with.

ballookey said...

I'm starting to sound like a broken record, but again, I love it. I love the background pattern/design, the way your washes creep into the text plates, and the beautiful simple color palettes. Just lovely.

steve said...

Gorgeous work Aya - love the loseness and line in your pages.

Andrea said...

I read a lot of Robert Frost back in high school, you really seem to be getting me.

henniemavis said...

There is poetry on the trains in NYC? Inspiring you to create art on the subway? What a wonderful world we live in :-)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

There was poetry on the buses and subways when I lived there--I loved it and it inspired me--they had it in Frisco, too!

These pictures--they would be great ont he subway with the poems!