dallying on the wall

d-dulcimer

dormant dulcimer
decoratively displayed
dusty from disuse


D  D is for dulcimer.

#AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Theme optional. 

My theme: a three-line poem each day (5-7-5, haiku form) with the first letter of each line the same as the letter of the day.

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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12 Responses to dallying on the wall

  1. I have instruments like that.

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  2. Cee Neuner says:

    Chris wanted to look, and by, a dulcimer many years ago. I told her no. That same weekend we ended up buying a 35 acre plot of land and a manufactured home to go on it. The land was part of an old American Indian reservation and the land felt sacred.

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  3. Susan says:

    We have instruments like that, too. A Hawaiian guitar comes to mind. I have thought about buying a dulcimer for my daughter when she graduates with her music degree. I hope she would use it; it’s such a beautiful instrument.

    *Visiting from A-Z*

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