Thursday, May 7, 2015

Moon's vagaries

~ galleryhip.com


The Moon tested…

The membrane between self - unknown was removed,
 withdrawn jelly/clay fragments floating in the sea
of change have gathered in a small sparkled islands,
morphed into vaporous gremlins, navigating off
any negotiations…

The whirlpools of ebbs & flow socked in the viral fervor
of unclaimed love…


Note: Inspired by Pablo Neruda's poems and tarot card "Moon"

20 comments:

  1. Have to watch those gremlins haha

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  2. Love "the membrane between self-unknown," especially.

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  3. Loved the overall effect of this magical piece.. :D
    xoxo

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  4. Your opening thought had me pause and re-read - that's intriguing...great poem.

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  5. Oh the vaporous gremlins.. your word-choices are always intriguing

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  6. mythical and magical and a little bit morose

    much love...

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  7. so many creatures are in love with the ever elusive moon!

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  8. Sounds like a fevered quest and yet I know the moon will soothe and calm xo

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  9. a mythically magical sort of poem.

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  10. I love the small sparkled islands!

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  11. Very difficult to achieve change--it is likely floating in this sea. Thanks .k .

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  12. The pain in those last lines... so very deep!

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  13. magical, filled with both light and shadow - thanks for adding your voice ~

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  14. Oh, what Tarot deck is that, please? Looks very interesting!

    The poem is very interesting too. :)

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    1. San Antonio Tarot,- ha, free images. Please, check here: http://www.quickcardreading.com/free-tarot-card-images/

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  15. The membrane between self - unknown...

    This is a unique image of an all but invisible barrier between ourselves and the vastness beyond individual experience.

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  16. Very visual and vivid words, with a sense of floating into something one may not be prepared for.

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  17. Nice words
    Dazzlingzest.blogspot.com

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  18. "The membrane between self - unknown was removed" Love that. I agree with Hedgewitch. Being cut loose from one's moorings (necessary or not) leaves the spirit adrift without knowing what new hazards it must face.

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