Computer Cut Models POETRY RINGS


Betsy ....

14k white gold Blue Topaz cnc tutorial

Braden.... Kingston, PA

Phill .... NY, NY

Lindsay.... Baton Rouge, LA

Valerie .... Antioch, CA
Recut engraving on existing gold ring - Before:

And After:

The source of the line engraved on the ring:

Photo by Arnold Genthe

Sonnet xxxiii

I shall go back again to the bleak shore
And build a little shanty on the sand
In such a way that the extremest band
Of brittle seaweed shall escape my door
But by a yard or two; and nevermore
Shall I return to take you by the hand.
I shall be gone to what I understand,
And happier than I ever was before.
The love that stood a moment in your eyes,
The words that lay a moment on your tongue,
Are one with all that in a moment dies,
A little under-said and over-sung.
But I shall find the sullen rocks and skies
Unchanged from what they were when I was young.

-Edna St. Vincent Millay

She won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1923.
There are many links to Edna's poetry - this is my favorite:

Ruth & Jarl .... Kearns, Utah

Red_Sk .... APO Abu Ghurayb

Danny .... Kingswood, TX

Brian .... Northumberland, PA

Erin .... Overland Park, KS

Heidi .... Warminster, PA

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Computer Cut Models POETRY RINGS

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