19 thoughts on “When angels die”

  1. Godemiche says:

    Perfect composition for this prompt.

  2. Exhibit A says:

    The prompt may be red, but this combo of images and words is thrillingly dark. Love the way you’ve put this together.

  3. catherine martinique says:

    The spots of your blood catch my eye first.
    The words are beautiful & touching.
    The thought of how you recieved the marks intrigue me and make me cringe.

  4. Tits and Test Tubes says:

    So striking and intriguing – like others I’d love to know the back story behind this photo! x

  5. Julie says:

    A wonderful photo, I too would love to know a little more xx

  6. Cara Thereon says:

    Usually marks like that kinda squick me out, but I’m actually more curious than anything else

  7. Modesty Ablaze says:

    I know I’ve said before that needles aren’t for me . . . but I do love all your needle-work posts. This one included !!!
    Xxx – K

  8. Exposing40 says:

    Striking image. I want to know the back story too. Xx

  9. Candysnatch says:

    I’m so intrigued by how this pattern was made. It’s such an unusual set of marks. Really clever use of the prompt too. Great picture!

    Candy xx

  10. kissmegoodnitex says:

    oh wow *love heart eyes*

  11. Marie Rebelle says:

    I have no idea what happens when angels die, but I really love this image!

    Rebel xox

  12. Aurora Glory says:

    Is this from needle play? I am so curious about it! This photo makes me even more so!
    Aurora x

  13. May More says:

    Another great image and yes tell the story 😉

  14. Jaime says:

    Just beautiful! And, yes, I’m curious about what made that mark (marks), too!

  15. Indigo Byrd says:

    Trying to work out the pattern. The poem works well with the image.
    Indie x

  16. Malflic says:

    Interesting marks and captivating words.

  17. Simina says:

    I’m curious to know what those were made with.

  18. Molly says:

    Oh damn those little droplets of blood are so sexy

    Mollyx

  19. silverdomuk says:

    Oh!

    Wonderful words and image.

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