Friday, August 23, 2013

Assumed grace


I will talk to you.
No words. Only images.
Light background of night,
twinkle star.

Oh, of course, Super Moon
having privilege
on your firmament –
look and get sore.

Sighing softly, in blue
dipped in wonder –
silent grace envelops
cherished dreams,

and no soul in the world
ever ponder –
shooting star catalyzed
evening breeze.



Image credit: wallpaperswide.com

20 comments:

  1. Just looking from afar, can sure let us see a whole new world at our sand bar

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  2. Shooting stars are so beautiful and magical! Lovely.

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  3. Sighing softly in blue......beautiful.

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  4. "dipped in wonder"...what a lovely phrase.
    K

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  5. I like the shooting star wrapped in blue wonder & breeze ~ Good response to prompt ~

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  6. "dipped in wonder –
    silent grace envelops"

    Love the surrounded and suspended feeling of these two lines especially...great poem all together!

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  7. Man I need a napa fter ll these quiet poems ...

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  8. i like the silent grace that comes...and the heavens have always enraptured me with wonder...smiles.

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  9. Beautiful poetry, graceful and peaceful.

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  10. Sighing softly, in blue
    dipped in wonder ... there's so much gentleness in this

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  11. Thank you everyone for thoughtful comments! Much Love to all!

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  12. "in blue, dipped in wonder"....glorious.

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  13. there is such stillness in the night

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  14. Sighing softly, in blue
    dipped in wonder

    such a lovely description of night or near night. :)

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  15. Sometimes images speak LOUDER than words, I think. Sometimes words interfere with the real message. I like the idea of 'blue dipped in wonder' very much....blue being my favorite color! This poem has a very nice 'softness' to it.

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  16. Reading this brought a hushed serenity.

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  17. Feels almost like a prayer...beautiful words

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  18. Loved each line connecting to the next. Especial loved "dipped in wonder"!

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