Monday, May 4, 2015

Alter ego

B&P's Shadorma and Beyond


Do not store the inspiration
in a reflective tear…
Spilled to the ground,
pinned by artisan’s
genius tire,
it honey
the simple element,
row bell in opening
a new level of
alter ego.

{shadorma}

Do not store
in reflective tear
‘aha’ sigh
spilled, pinned by
artisan’s genius tire –
find alter ego.

Sunday's Whirligig 5


Read more at: Sunday's Whirligig #5

19 comments:

  1. Hi, that pic of the seasons is great..sometimes I think the alter ego is our creative side. It allows us to think outside our normal boundaries.

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    1. Thanks, Truedessa! It's a good idea to look at our opportunities sometimes from different perspective.

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  2. Turn topsy turvy and one can see a new way, that alter ego has to be let out to play

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    1. Topsy turvy and one can sit on the tree, feed the bee... ~ Thank you.

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  3. Wonderful.

    I am always amazed so many beautiful pieces can be created from the same words while no one travels the same path.

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    1. Thank you, Gail! I loved to experiment here with nouns as verbs....

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  4. A New world and a new personality emerges out!

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    1. It worth to try...Thank you, Vandana.

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  5. The spill the tears unnecessary..

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    1. but if they are already here...Ths, Bjorn

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  6. Tears can be of joy, of the finishing of an artistic piece.
    The reflection the unknown? Always good to look at all opportunities :)

    Cheers!

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    1. As far as we see the reflection is very earthy... Many thanks, Jules!

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  7. This sounds like a difficult quest: to find the alter ego. Who can succeed?

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    1. Some proverbs come out: "Through hardship to the stars" and
      "Not gods molded pots" ~ Thanks, MMT for words!

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  8. Love reading all the places poets went with this same set up words. I like the images you used. And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  9. Lovely write and enjoyed your shadorma very much ... thanks for linking in!

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  10. How beautiful and inspired this is!

    mindlovemisery

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