Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Choice

Joel Robinson's photo


You said: “Nice to see you…”
The wobbles have run
prolonged and sparse-
a distortion occurred…

impulsive heart
assumed this farce
as a message of love…

swaying in a bubble,
cured old wounds,
resist
feeling morose…


a magnetic power of choice…







Read more at: PU Mid-Week Motif, d'Verse PoeticsThree Word Wednesday 

34 comments:

  1. The bubble can represent so many things - I'm reading it as a changing element that rises on the shifting tide.

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    1. Yes to rising in bubble! Thank you :)x

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  2. I love the "magnetic power of choice"........the real power of how our everyday choices do and can make a big difference.

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    1. Our emotions - magnetic. If we wire with them the positive thoughts - we able to change our lives...Million possibilities!!! ~ Thanks, Sherry! xx

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  3. Sometimes we don't really know why we raise to the occasion.. magnetic bubbles indeed..there is a nice magic in that.

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    1. Our soul meets kindred soul and bubbles are created! Thanks you :)xx

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  4. Curing old wounds is, I think, a major purpose of wobbly bubbles as they show shaky premises and unsteady footing. Plus, the laughter ...and the surprise of the ones who mean to deceive. Interesting update.

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    1. Thank you, Susan for motif! Join the Mastering Alchemy webinars, very interesting! xx

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  5. hopefully we can live beyond our wounds...and not let them dictate future relationships...and us lose potential connections....

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    1. Yes, connection is important, especially today! ~ Thanks.x

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  6. Wounds can sure stick, but we have to pop the bubble and move on

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  7. I like that last line - magnetic power of choice ~ Thanks for playing along humbird ~

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    1. Yeah, thoughts - electrical, emotions - magnetic. Using it in positive way - we change our/other lives. ~ Thanks Grace for the introduction of such talented artist/photographer. xx

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  8. The world gets so heavy at times, some do forget "the magnetic power of choice." But we can chose. We chose in every instant. Good write.

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    1. Yes, just pause, observe and chose. Thank you for stopping by :)x

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  9. Well written. I like the idea of the bubble not being a static thing.

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  10. Emotions..a magicK.. mysterious and sometimes elusive way..
    Magnetic YES! do not pull away the magnet of emotion sways..
    Stay away no..
    Come to me..e
    motions never broken
    fully expressed a full heart
    takes away the most morose of days!
    EMOTIONSiloveyaSTAYWITHMEFOREVERMORE!

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  11. swaying in a bubble seems almost to be in a dreamy state that would not last long...so many possibilities with these bubbles...nice interpretation of the image :)

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    1. mmm. yes and no - to lasting effect of positive feelings. You get so much of creative energy that you can build something very lovely and lasting... Thanks for stopping by :)x

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  12. First, I LOVE the image you chose to illustrate your poetry. And then, I'm enchanted by how your poem sings of the true value of free will... Some of the things we do might turn out to be a mistake. But how lucky are we to be able to make mistakes that are truly ours...

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    1. Indeed, it's up to us what we do of positive creative energy of love! Thanks for joining my blog :)x

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  13. beautiful profound poem

    Wait Over

    followed your blog

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    1. Oh, thank you so much for praise and follow :)x

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  14. i am glad the wobbles have run and a choice has been made.always good :)

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    1. Thank you, Jae. Happy week ahead! x

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  15. Decisive steps and changing choices are always good. Nicely done with your choice of picture and words.

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  16. The thought of bubbles and then seeing the man walk on bubbles! Stirred so many new ideas. Thank you!

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