Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Un-birthday present

 First Massive Solar Flare of 2015 ~ NASA image
First Massive Solar Flare of 2015 ~ NASA image


Another old pain/ball/clot burst! -
the pattern lulled back        
tucked right
morphing
in modest
un-birthday present
of night -
genuine,
while you slip –
nightly swan,
wings wide open –
in
a prophetic dream,
distracted
by wizard wand
of dawn…



21 comments:

  1. Oh this flows so beautifully....terrific imagery!

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  2. I fear the clot is on or in the body or eye and not the sun or star or planet in a modest night (cool image). If only the swan would stay and not slip away like Eros come dawn. What an unbirthday that would be. But it couldn't be this beautiful, could it? Love.

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  3. could be a dream. could be a nightmare. either way, it's magical

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  4. ouch...clots can be a bit scary...
    the unbirthday present from alice...ha...that brought back some fun memories...

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  5. I like un-birthday presents like this. How lovely that you wrote about it.

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  6. Clots anywhere can sure make one swear. An unbirthday present would be fun

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  7. How welcome dawn is after a horror night.

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  8. The "clot" gave me pause, but how welcome in the end!

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  9. One can expect lots of unexpected and can be most unsettling. Nights can be frightening! Nice lines humbird!

    Hank

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  10. This has a surreal effect ~ Love this part:

    prophetic dream,
    distracted
    by wizard wand
    of dawn…

    Have a good day ~

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  11. The "wizard wand of dawn" part was a nice little addition to this wonderful piece about the birthing of the universe and our solar system.

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  12. That sounds like a trying night...may the next dreams be peaceful..and the next night magical

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  13. Old and new every time..
    A prophetic dream, so well said.
    Enjoyed.

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  14. Really like 'wizard wand of dawn' -- a suitable ending to an evocative poem.

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  15. i like the image of the swan... ha and the unbirthday present is cool

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  16. words weaved in a beautiful string. Loved it :)

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