Thursday, December 31, 2015

Falls gladly



The delicate wrists, breaking the provincial canons of time,
grazed at monotonous landscapes & lifeless interiors,
brought her fame.
Munching looming twilight a new car & the muse resolutely
rippled through loneliness of streets to fresh beginning...

wet winter tufts
built up burden on cartwheels
way to obscurity

by MMT





20 comments:

  1. Enjoyed.. Also enjoyed the link to the artist.. good read..

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  2. Can have new but doesn't mean one will be happy

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  3. Very nice art to go along with your haibun.
    New can be fun -
    Thanks for strolling with me.
    Happy New Year to you and yours.

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  4. That's my favorite of the paintings, too.

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  5. the muse resolutely
    rippled through loneliness
    of streets to fresh beginning...

    Great lines humbird. Very much like the one who goes through trying times in the beginning but savored success later

    Hank

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  6. The idea of munching twilight is just lovely, and many other really cool combinations too. K.

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  7. Whatever our impact on the world we ourselves are but leaves blown in the wind and soon forgotten.

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  8. This is a perfect capture of the painting. Great choice of words too.

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  9. You give us a strong sense of the underlayers of this picture playing themselves out in the artist's life.

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  10. I like this so much that I don't even want to say anything beyond that. I just want to keep reading it over and over again. I love it.

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  11. Thank you so much for all your comments and insights! Appreciated and loved! Lots of inspiration in 2016! Happy New Year!

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  12. A delightful write ... may your muse guide you well in 2016! Happy New year, Bastet

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    1. Thank you, Georgia! Much of success to you too in 2016!

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  13. I love your words and the picture. I could see myself driving that little car!

    Rosey Pinkerton's blog

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  14. Like the image and your words capture it and so much more,

    Elizabeth

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  15. I love how you have brought the statue alive both with your words and the painting..wrists tell a story don't they! Happy new year humbird :)

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