Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Piercing

Artist: Georgia O'Keeffe ~ PU Mid-Week Motif


Layers
unopened
blue prints…

Your waves
brought me
a foam,
nothing
in particular,
mute,
but awesome
in colors…

Is it possible
in multifaceted,
multicolored,
multidimensional,
multitasking
galore
to discover
the one?...

Roly-poly, blubbery
clean to the core,
not too blurred
character traits,
worthy to aim for…

"Innercore" by Linda Duffy


22 comments:

  1. I adored the opening lines to this magical piece..!
    Well penned..!
    xoxo

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  2. Some people do only bring an insubstantial foam into our lives as they rush in, don't they?

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  3. Yes, I believe it is possible. Follow the waves that even hint at the possible. Lovely!

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  4. Some fun sounds in that last stanza, in particular. :) Fun to read aloud.

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  5. a multi life can sure leads to multiple fun

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  6. Some cool word choices here......

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  7. It is possible yes, but unlikely as attraction is not usually based on reason but impulse and irrational desire!

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  8. A very different impression of waves...Those of an artistic eye and nature..Much appreciated variation..

    Eileen

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  9. blue prints…character traits, worthy to aim for…
    works for house plans - so who knows, maybe.

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  10. I wouldn't sneeze at awesome in colours... most are not awesome in anything and if you find clean to the core, that's even better. Both are rare:)

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  11. Yes, I do believe it is possible to discover one!

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  12. love the possibilities in the layers and that 'clean to the core' character trait...may be both worthy to aim for...

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  13. " Is it possible
    in multifaceted,
    multicolored,
    multidimensional,
    multitasking
    galore
    to discover
    the one?..." yes..I think, it's possible!! :)

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  14. I like. The energy of drawing out so much in words..

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  15. Well, I think it's possible to find "the one", but s/he may not have all the best layers, some may be frayed. Love will excuse those.

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  16. Very nice transition, in words, between the two images.

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  17. That last verse is magical...like being swept away in that painting...waves are like petals...opening up what's inside - clever and beautiful humbird xo

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  18. The visuals work so well with you poem. I feel that I am drawn into the first than spiralled out with the second. Riding the waves is glorious!

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