Monday, February 24, 2014

Dissolving lines

 Artist Brenda Thebeau
Art by Brenda Thebeau @ eSynergy.blogspot.com

Something floating between us
the invisible air mass
changing form with each breath and heartbeat,
and when shivering between winter nights
or restless, humming half-foreign sign-
I murmur along the labyrinth sides
making no sense, finding insights
back on the path with forks and spoon
the healing energy,
pass on the thirsty souls,
I power up all beloved, preferred
to calmly stay in the corner,
watching your lonely  flight to the top
thru the meadow of days, sounds
and fates…



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21 comments:

  1. Making no sense can sometimes make the most sense, as a healing energy comes due

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  2. I murmur along the labyrinth sides making no sense . . . I know this place.

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  3. Very nicely written. As I was reading your poem, I was transported away.

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  4. it is rather like a maze we make our way through learning and growing with what we find...the meadow of days is a cool turn of phrase

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  5. sometimes things cannot really be seen...just felt..

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  6. Love your ending here, especially

    "watching your lonely flight to the top
    thru the meadow of days, sounds
    and fates…"

    Feels great to me... With Best Wishes Scott www.scotthastie.com

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  7. Irene love the art and poetry! when we can feel the hidden spaces of time then we can feel the healing energy pass from one to another -- joanie

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  8. Understanding other human beings is indeed finding your way through a labyrinth.. love how you describe it.

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  9. Beautiful Imagery!

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  10. This is a place to be - you take me with you - thank you for sharing.

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  11. I too, just love your imagery here--there is a wonderful vulnerability here

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  12. Lovely words to complement the artwork ~ I specially like healing energy and thirsty souls ~

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  13. Healing energy is always needed to restore the soul then one can feel whole. Nice work with imagery.

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  14. Oh, this is rejuvenating.Like the idea of powering up all beloved...which is a strong message.

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  15. This has such an almost-mystical energy to it, humbird...full of texture, much like the beautiful painting.

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  16. You capture the maze, the wending way to clarity in partnership--the something between growing and changing in time. In the end, though, both find their way--one nurturing and watching, administering healing along the path, one forging ahead. Oh, I hope that togetherness can take the difference, that all the magnetic lines don't disappear.

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