Friday, November 28, 2014

Collage

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Deriving the virtue from irony
we [live]
type of visual art work by sticking cloth
when morning haze covers up
dreaming figures
silhouetting at ocean horizon

the magic eye puzzle
in graffiti days overlaid  nights

ancient harmony
pentatonic crop
I smile/jive
long-short, long-short
Thanks, pen reverence
giving

Arriving with waves this year’s Love.
Turquoise Lagoon. Castanets of heart.
Summer playground.

Inner life
fantasy dreamland
aligned with Adagio
Tea green and regal
aqua light passage
to India

mellow toes in the know of seasons
poking into Pandora box
as forgotten canyon,
echoing untitled reflection
vertigo
stars exploded second time
in century…

Sojourn at breathing spaces
to ponder a peace.


Read more at: PU Mid-Wee Motif, d'Verse MTB: Thanksgiving

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27 comments:

  1. That is quite the collage of words and I like to ponder on thoughts of peace.

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  2. i like how you break up thanks-giving there in the middle with pen reverence...also thankful for those places of space to breathe peace....

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  3. Indeed it gives peace and to me it seems like a shrine on a hill, very nice peaceful poem

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  4. This to me is an ode to the mind and pen and what a poet can create... Wonderful.

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  5. type of visual art work by sticking cloth
    when morning haze covers up
    dreaming figures

    Beautiful description of a collage. When one does abstracts it is given a title upon finishing the painting. You've done it well here with the accompanying descriptions! Wonderful write humbird!

    Hank

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  6. A little looksy in Pandoras box may give us more than we bargained for

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  7. Your word collage is a lovely reflection of the painting. Interesting where this too you, to India and the stars! :)

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  8. Wow! So much to be grateful for in sight, sound, touch, etc ... the music of Jazz and pen reverence, seasons of love and being, what is lost and what is to come. Is this all inner fantasy space? The joy of it is that we bring this wealth into dreams as well as the other way around. Despite pandora's box. I would take my chances on living this fully--as long as I could stop, breathe, and ponder.

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    1. Thank you so much, Susan, fir the prompt and your kindness! Much Love x

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  9. A beautiful abstract art of words in expressing thankfulness of what is..:) thanks....

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  10. Loved how your words create a beautiful canvas of colors.

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  11. This poem is in itself a breathing space for thought and peacemaking. Teaches how to ponder, smile and jive <3 Loved it!

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  12. Lovely collage, in both paint and words.

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  13. "Inner life / fantasy dreamland"...so striking an image...

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  14. One never knows what will be found if one opens Pandora's Box!

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  15. I especially like "turquoise lagoon" and "castanets of heart".

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  16. So many wonderful images here! The piece and the art work so well together!

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  17. I like the 'pen reverence' too and how your words illustrate the painting.

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  18. Enjoyed you ekphrastic interpretation of this gorgeous collage. Like the art, your poem has color, texture, and room for individual interpretation.

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  19. Inner life
    fantasy dreamland ... indeed! :)

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  20. Art and words teasing our senses while for me the castanets of my heart beat thinking of those mellow toes.

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  21. "Sojourn at breathing spaces
    to ponder a peace."---I love the whole collage, but this line is fantastic and I love the word "sojourn."

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  22. Such a delicious platter. These are my favorite lines: " Arriving with waves this year’s Love./Turquoise Lagoon. Castanets of heart./Summer playground."

    Their look and feel is very filling.

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  23. So grateful for your comments! Much Love to everyone! x

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  24. Well done!
    Loved the flow and the choice of words!

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