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 Chapter XLII 

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Image by Alba ( room 311)

 

This chapter is dedicated in the memory of Patty Rae Loftin aka Elly funky boots and those who did not make it writing in the Diary, but their word and image through a stanza, a photograph, a drawing or a video, is featured inside either to remind us or to let dream. I also dedicated this chapter to the groups of the Legacy Writers of Harmony Puband to the Poets Round Table and bloggers and writers of Blogophilia, where I met most of my online friends. This page is showcasing also all contributors of this project.

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  Artistic Siblings

Artistic Siblings

Patty Rae Loftin (collaborated in the PRT no. 10 Painting A Landscape )

Judith A. Bogges (collaborated in the PRT no. 196 Season Of Thankfulness)

Anna Donovan  (collaborated in a PRT no. 10 Painting A Landscape, PRT no. 157 Memory Cache and PRT no. 209 Eclipse )

Aaron Asbury (collaborated in a PRT no. 196 Season Of Thankfulness)

David Raider  (collaborated in the PRT no. 157 Memory Cache.)

David Martin (collaborated in the PRT no. 209 Eclipse and with Dahlia in The Spirit Knowing)

Lainey (collaborated in PRT no. 209 Eclipse, PRT no. 157 Memory Cache and the duet Smile Catcher with DJ Myke)

 

Opening the Door

Artistic Siblings' Door will give you access to the biographies and webpages of the people I meet during my journey through Cyprus and few poems of Elly. Beyond the door below you will find more about the artists and their works and their relation with the project. You can find more about the official campaign of the Diary of an Angel and about the journey in Cyprus called Odoiporiko (Οδοιπορικό) by clicking on Connect and Collaborate, on the left. 

 

Artistic Sibling's Door

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