September #2

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Even YouTube wouldn't let me watch it. I must be doing something wrong.

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Hazel--- From Youtube the


From Youtube the site search Adele , rolling in the deep.


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I finally figured it out. She has a powerful voice and exquisite breath control.

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The Deep Clue

Powerful! Loved this. This had me moving.
Now with Elvira I was thinking a dark color, a raven. This has me leaning towards something rich and deep, but the "fire in the heart" - a red core deep within. It will be interesting to see how this is translated in the colorway.

I LOVE this

I LOVE this song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Clue #2

I was thinking deep dark red too, but I like to raven idea. I'm horrible of guessing these clues.

Agree with all! This woman has an incredible voice.

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Bear with me

The title brought to mind this by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

"Roll on thou deep and dark blue ocean roll!...
Man marks the earth with his ruin-his control
Stops with the shore."

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage.

All the broken, white crockery reminded me that:

"Life, like a dome of many spendoured glass
Stains the white radiance of eternity,
Til Death comes and tramples it to fragments".

From Adonais by Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Soooooo: Deep blue base colour with a cornucopia of other colours glinting through the base(like a Raven colourway). Actually, I guess that should really be the cornucopia over-dyed with deep, midnight blue. And that reminds me of another Byron poem, but I won't bother you with it right now.

By the way, I have never been correct yet.

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DO hope you are correct!

You'd think you'd get a hint correct somewhere along the way & I LOVE your idea of multi-colors overdyed with midnight blue ... lovely, lovely, lovely!

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This fits beautifully

George Gordon, Lord Byron:

The Assyrian came down like a wolf on the fold.
And his cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold;
And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea,
When the blue wave rolls nightly on old Galilee.

From The Destruction of Sennacherib.

I don't know whether I'm interpreting Tina's clues or putting up my own for a colourway that a great many people would like(lol). I promise: No more 19th century poetry this time around.

finally, some culture on the blog

I like the 19th century poetry, Hazel.

It adds some culture to the color speculations...