Friday, January 10, 2014

Overcast

 Deborah Glessner Art
Deborah Glessner 'Landscape Orb'

Motion sickness….
Why do I need
to spin?
I felt so cozy
in the cocoon
of soft/swell/spell,
but
essential overcast
has shielded
the glorious song,
the vortex
sucked
into strange
territory.
Hard lesson
to learn –
how to stop…

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18 comments:

  1. Stop and wait, then motion sickness may cease

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  2. I really like the direction your poem took. Great piece of introspection.

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  3. Sometimes, even when we are nice and cozy, there's that nagging voice telling us to get up and do more! If only we could learn to stop.

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  4. urp....you are messing with my stomach now...smiles...i def dont like the spins...and they will send me hurling pretty fast....

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  5. How to stop a spinning wheel! More direct efforts, yes! Nicely humbird!

    Hank

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  6. now this was not a theme I had thought of..excellent poem... I enjoyed this...

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  7. Hard to stop now ~ I like the direction of your thoughts ~

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  8. …strong meds, please! :) a spinning cocoon - I like that.

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  9. I have only had motion sickness (in the form of seasickness) a few time. Really not fun! Following your blog now.

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    1. Thanks Mary for joining my blog! Cheers:)xx

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  10. Oh I relate to feeling cozy in the cocoon....but inevitably we must escape it.

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  11. Love the opening line ... as one who suffers from major motion sickness, I related to every word.

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  12. The lesson...so true...well written!

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  13. May be the solution is all about adapting oneself to it. Well thought.
    -HA

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  14. oh so well put here. so hard to learn to stop!

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  15. This orb had you take a look within...great interpretation

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