Dreamweaving Nightstreams of a Woodweaver ---by RusticWoodArt

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Blog entry by frank posted 01-10-2007 02:44 PM 921 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

”Dreamweaving Nightstreams of a Woodweaver”

....smells of wood come drifting across sensual fields of never forgotten places i have been,
and so closing my eyes i fall back into the arms of the ‘dreamweaver’,
palates of sweet smelling and dust sweated glandular nodes come my way,
where the first one in line to get the feel is this jutting angular nose of so i breathe….

—-words come and go in the ‘nightstreams’ of swallowing light,
as i remember those mornings where i packed you in and spewed you out,
till you felt good in my hand as i plied your wealth of strength,
oh those ravenous teeth all chain-fully set in beauty-full deep….

—-fuel me up and fire away and i will make your dreams come true,
only watch my snapping tip as i can unleash the power of self-destruct,
and so the forest came and bent to man just as they will outlive the man of us,
lumberjocks as lumber-rocks and there comes a timber-mates and we are the lumber-ones….

Just dreaming a little this morning as off to work I go.

The good thing about a 395 Husky with a 36 inch chain on it, is that in a New England winter if you can’t find any trees to cut you can always go and cut some ice for the summer ice house. Right now my saw and I are doing time, dreaming of spring slab cutting.

....and yes another of our cats, Half-lap is dreaming also of what it will be like when spring returns….

....and what dream could ever be complete without sunflowers galore, just passing the time of day in the sunshine of a barn?

You all have a very good day!!!

-- --frank, NH,

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#1 posted 01-10-2007 09:26 PM

now THAT”S a chainsaw!!

your photos make me want to grab my camera.

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (, Young Living Wellness )

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#2 posted 01-11-2007 12:47 AM

And that’s a cat; Half-lap – what a great name for a Persian – ours is called Taffy.

-- CanuckDon "I just love small wooden boxes!"

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#3 posted 01-11-2007 01:37 PM

Hi Debbie;
—-yes, this one gives new definition to the meaning of chainsaw shaving production as the chain bites in. If you’ve ever watched the movies of Lethal Weapon then you’ll understand why I call this one ‘leathal weapon’ the original version. Keeping chainsaw health is no accident and is a pratice of no-second chance, just as when this is fired up and running, its like holding raw awesome power in your hands.

And yet I am hooked on the sensatation of feeling the ground shake below ones feet when a big one hits the the ground, nothing like it!

Have a very good day!!!

-- --frank, NH,

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#4 posted 01-11-2007 01:47 PM

—-yes Don, he really is getting more and more lazy as the years roll by. I name all our cats after ‘barn parts’ so this one became Half-lap, my wife dosen’t understand all this wood talk so she just calls him ‘fatty’. Ha, no imagination I say!

Half-lap is a survivor around the farm here, as you have to be quite smart to stay one step ahead of all those other animals that also include in their diet, cat. We have four at the present time and they all have their duties also to keep up with around here.

Have a very good day!!!

-- --frank, NH,

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