Thursday, August 21, 2014

Score

 Photos by Joel Robison
photo by Joel Robinson 

Bodiless
through
the heaven
to earth
used to
we flied-
the stars?
orbs?

our
contours
& lines
interfered.

Invisible
life
was engraved
in leaves -

the pattern,
motif
played
by wind
and trees
four
seasons.


Read more at: d'Verse Meeting the bar: Patterns of Life

27 comments:

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    1. Who knows...Composers are usually on friendly footing with nature :) ~ Thanks.

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  2. there is def music in the wind and trees...i think we have become very detached from the music of the stars...and of nature....

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  3. To feel those patterns.. it's so easy and still the hardest thing.. there is that path.. that heart... why ever we try so hard avoiding this for artificial comfort

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  4. It seems to feel the patterns we have to be in the special mode, at the higher level of frequencies....it's possible when there is nothing blocked our system ( any negative emotions just slowing down our sensitiveness...) ~ Thanks Bjorn :)xx

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  5. The music of the wind rushing through the trees is nature's special gift indeed! And its pattern is ever changing.

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    1. Indeed, it's a divine gift! Thank you, Mary :)x

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  6. Much within nature can speak, we just have to listen

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    1. Listen and breathe in singing of trees... ~ Thank you :)x

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  7. Definitely a musical modal poem - full of nature and being one with it. Love your allusions.

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  8. Aren't the patterns in nature marvelous, as you've captured in this? Truly a symphony!

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    1. Ah...Thank you, Victoria for the prompt! :)x

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  9. This has a Madeleine L'Engle feel to it. Lovely

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  10. Yes, it's what makes life worth it, to hear the musical score and savor it...try to enhance it rather that debase it..

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  11. I specially like the title and that whole last stanza ~ And how lovely that you chose that work from Joel ~ I love the pattern ~

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    1. Thank you,Grace! for photo too! he's really artist/poet. :)x

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  12. ah...to embrace the pattern of Nature and listen to the silent music being played all along...love the lines....

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  13. for me, the sweetest melody is the wind in the aspens in the mountain, or the silence of the deep pine grove

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  14. And we are all as seasonal, sturdy then ephemeral.

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