|Technique:||brick stitch, off-loom weaving, bead embroidery, stringing|
|Materials:||Czech beads from 13/0 to 3/0, glass beads, catseye cabochons, opalite, metal blank necklace|
There nightingales are warbling, no one heard,|
in secret gardens leaves are on the shove
like your gold tresses, so slight and surd...
That memory has flown as a dove.
Let all is changed, guises, people and words,
in our blood the need grows from above:
in each spring time thin grasses lift green swords
as everlasting plea about love...
In Irish mythology, Danu was considered as the mythic mother goddess of the Tuatha De Danann, the Celtic tribes that first invaded Ireland.