Sunday, July 14, 2013

New opus


...spontaneously leave
the phase of stillness,
where sick lab’s
circulating in a caldron
with wicked tests from
arteries and veins,
in colorful tubes,
verifying mistakes
by catalyst conscience,
streamed into  opus,
translated to  language
of dreams…

new friends arrive
at the same time
to rest –
sent no note, no links -
together-ness…
just a second
before
alarm
rings…


Image credit: abstract.desktopnexus.com

The poem inspired by Sunday Whirl,
 Poets United

29 comments:

  1. I really like this. Especially your ending.

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  2. Really liked this as well---loved the vision your words conjured!!

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    1. thank you for walking with me thru, Audrey. Nice to meet you!

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  3. well that is some dream...at least you got a moment of community before waking up to reality..smiles.

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    1. haha, right...maybe this is what I need...hint from the dream...ths, Brian :)

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  4. This sounds a little frightening really with a caldron of wicked tests and at the end an alarm ringing. I hope you are okay!!

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    1. O,yes, Mary,I'm very well. Thanks for being with me in it...:)

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  5. Always a second before the alarm rings! Just how it is. Brilliant.

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  6. Leave all of that festering in the pot, so the brain doesn't rot

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    1. Some verbiage - like muscles' stretch...
      bow for the comment flow.

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    1. words, sounds, rhymes...ths, Brenda

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  8. I would like the after-story...you know, after the alarm rings.

    In This World of Lies

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    1. ha, ths for the idea... wow...nice to meet you, MMT!

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  9. Reality is a poor substitute for dreams.

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    1. sometimes we can get some ideas from dreams though...Glad you read my poem, gratitude, oldegg.

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  10. Yoiks. From the comments I gather this was a dream, and am glad for you that that's the case! Imbued with atmosphere!

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    1. yeah...imagination...words...ths, Sherry

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  11. Darn that alarm! Gets you every time!

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  12. I like that language of dreams ~

    Smiles from BC ~

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    1. Thank you, Grace! Love Canada...been at Quebec...:)

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  13. I was there just then ;) the alarm rings!! Then the slow crawl starts, it is not like jumping out of the bed for me!! :)

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    1. Yeah...need to write about...thanks, Nanka. Nice to meet you. Impressed by your bio, following dreams...:)x

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