Published September 7, 2012 by Libby

shapes, fluid,
bold, on white
paper, patterns create language;

Freya Pickard

Freya blogs regularly at Dragonscale Clippings and Pure Haiku where you can read more of her wonderful work.



4 comments on “Black

  • I remember a point where the inks were colored as well as the paper. How about purple ink on pink paper? I think that year the teachers went nuts correcting papers until they got smart and said enough is enough, blue ink on white lined paper. Blue because at the time when you photo copied it could only come up black so they thought they could tell if your work was original. Now of course, especially High School and College Profs google documents to see if students have plagiarized information.

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