Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Humble Creatures


"Sing o the wild wood, the green holly
The silent river and barren tree
The humble creatures that no man sees
Sing O the wild wood."
                - from The Wild Wood Carol,   John Rutter







25 comments:

  1. What a sweet poem. Love your wooden creatures. It was gorgeous weather for the Plaza lights...smiles...Renee

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  2. I know a five year old who would love to help arrange your special creatures. Lovely.

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  3. It's really nice to see that all the animals are getting along. They are really cute. Perfect little saying.

    Danielle

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  4. This is so cute, did you make it?

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  5. Such cute woodland creatures. I enjoyed the poem as well. Reminds me of being back home in British Columbia :)

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  6. Those are lovely! I have not seen too many of those wooden animals here, but in Germany you could find them in any "good" toy store. Always loved them!

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  7. lOVE YOUR WOODEN CREATURE...AND THE POEM...HOPE YOUR THANKSGIVING WAS GOOD....SWEET DREAMS

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  8. The wooden humble creatures are lovely.

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  9. Really neat creatures-and the poem is perfect!

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  10. Great poem and COZY woodsy images!
    We read Bigfoot Cinderella at school the other day!
    Thank you for visiting "A Childlike Christmas"!

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  11. 'Loved both the poem and your little wooden critters!

    God bless ya sweetie!!!

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  12. What darling wood carvings and a wonderful hymn to accompany them. Happy December!

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  13. Lovely just lovely, thanks for sharing.

    Sue

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  14. Thank you, so refreshing. Cute creatures too!

    di

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  15. I was never aware of that poem, so the poem and your creatures was like being given a gift today, when it isn't even Christmas!!

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  16. What a lovely poem! And those wooden creatures are so special!

    I suspect your house is all radiant and glowing for Christmas now!

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  17. Those wooden animals are lovely.

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