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Enchanted Entrance
by A PAX

Friday, July 21, 2006
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There was a door to which I found no key: There was the veil through which I might not see.~Omar Khayyam


ENCHANTED ENTRANCE

A door exists for those who see
By eye of heart.....and would believe
In all beyond the brace of day
For those who tread.....enchantment's way


From magic forest, wood was milled
Planed, and sanded, cut and drilled
Within the grains....a tale awaits
To open wide......the door to fate


To leave the world and past behind
Such sweet enchantment of the mind!!
A whispered breeze upon the path
Ushered by.......a sway......and laugh


Thoughts grow verdent, fertile trees,
Behind the door of vines and leaves
From roots to stem, on new from old
From wishes seeded in the soul


By
Jack Roberts & A Pax 2005



 

Jack is a wonderful carpenter.  I had this idea for a garden door last spring, drew a sketch and sent it to Jack.  My idea was to place the door in front of a shrub, so it looks like an entrance into a magical place...but my vision of it was small, maybe 10" or so.  I figured Jack could make these and sell them at craft shows.  He made me a door, sent it to me, and its as thick as a normal door, but a bit shorter!!! Love it...Placed it in my garden, in front of rocks, so it has a "Hobbit" feel to it.  The rest can be seen from the photo.......

We wrote this poem together for the door.

Fun!


 
 

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Reviewed by Malcolm Watts (Reader) 7/27/2006
Very cool poem and I love the picture of the door. What a whimisical and wonderful idea. Malcolm Watts
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 7/24/2006
You have a wonderful way with words and a beautiful garden my friend. I am proud to be a part of it. : )

Jack
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 7/23/2006
Very magical... I want a 'hobbit house'. Can Jack build that? I'd certainly fit in it!
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 7/23/2006
What a charming write and photo! I love the bunny, turtles, cherub and the magical door is perfect! The two of you put together a truly enchanting package, Jack and Anita. Love it!
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 7/23/2006
We just love enchanted and magical things, just like this magical enchanted poem and your enchanted magical garden!
B&R
Reviewed by Christine Christine (Reader) 7/22/2006
Beautifully put together, great write!
(love the photo also)
Gwen
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/22/2006
"By eye of heart" is a beautiful statement dear Anita. You a truly a nymph in the woods of imagination.

Bergman wants you to post a picture of yourself!

Richard the Intrepid
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 7/22/2006
That is utterly adorable, I love that door! And I'm with Miss Pandora, it made me think of Alice in Wonderland too, but your poem was fantastic as well. Great collaboration on concept and poem. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Miss Pandora 7/22/2006
This makes me think of The Secret Garden and Alice in Wonderland...just a lovely write. The pic and the poem complement each other so well. Panda :)
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/21/2006
Rufuz could fit thru that door, though I would get stuck, won't tell you where I would be stuck at...;) Ed
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/21/2006
i used to as a nipper, in-fact still do think of worlds behind secret doors...

OOOO, WRITE MORE LIKE THESE...Sets my imagination off. Prolly only Roo behind the door...
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 7/21/2006
An alluring scene tomatch enticing words. This reminds me of a spot I know in the North Carolina mountains...a forested hillside...out of the way of civilization and deveolopment where there is a rock stairway climbng a rarely used hillside...an entrance to nowhere we all call"the stairway to heaven". Maybe it could use a door!
Love,
Taylor
Reviewed by jude forese 7/21/2006
an enchanting collab ... enjoyed reading ...
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/21/2006
TOOOOOO cool, I love it and love the door.

Fee
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/21/2006
What a wondrous poem so full of whimsy! As captivating as the enchanted garden. Jack the door is fabulous!Perfect for Anita's
glorious garden!

ET
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/21/2006
Anita

An enchanting and magical collaboration by you and Jack !

Well Done

I agree with Dead Poet's comments..

Peter
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/21/2006
An enchanting collaboration, you two, and a most enchanting garden door by Master Carpenter Jack. It does have a magical Hobbit look to it, too.



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