Photos Poetry Prose
Great words. The first was best, I think.
you represented elusiveness well in these pieces, but like Anthony, I love the first one most of all. I always love your elusive art ... leaves so much to my imagination.
I enjoyed these but that third one hit a nerve....Made me think of my grandmother's garden the year she died. How that space spoke to me. How palpable was the love she left behind.Thank you.
I liked the lines "unseen line" and "starving ghosts". I was able to see those lines in the image. My impression of the image went front contemporary art to a blurred photograph! Fascinating.
Hi Sue, I like these. Want my ideas?1. 'Unseen line' is a cold war.2. Those 'starving ghosts' are not very swift haning around empty plots.3. That stalk of loss was once a baren stalk of corn before it died in the Fall.4. Name the fractual? 'Bent and Moving; A picture of blurred metallic sculpture.' How did the teacher from Texas do?..
Glad to find your blog. I like it here! These are just elusive enough to make me want to chase them down. The last especially reaches into me.
heyy..luvlyy post..nice usage of wrde..was nice reading u..:)
somehow liked the last one a lot
1st one: umm hum2nd: for me, an uncomfortable thought3rd: so sadwonderful for this prompt, all three.
I like the third one, there is much turmoil in the words
Liked them all, very visual with just a few words, but that first one stopped me in my tracks, and I was sitting down! Great job!
In my experience, it is sometimes hard to find good haikus by writers who understand the power of the individual line as well as the power of the whole. Well done. The last one is my favourite.
wow...you always make me think!! very enjoyable post!
I can't choose among them. They are all such perfect descriptions of the prompt.
Once againreally good stuffsoul food.
Nicely done! I like the "hovering" the best and it is well suited for this week! Happy halloween!
You are so great at this! An absolute poet!
Hi, I love "starving ghosts" and "withered garden" for elusive.
Eery - appropriate timing. I would love to know who the 'turner' is - obviously not The William...but a Turner none the less.
Beautiful and stirring, all three.I could feel the unspoken hunger.
Every time I think about that line between right/wrong etc. I wonder how wide it is... is it so narrow you can be on both sides at once? Is it wide enough to take up residence in and be neither? Or am I just nuts? Hope all is well in CDA, I am great in Boise, see pregnant daughter almost every day and feel useful,K
I like them all, but I am thinking Halloween, so the third hits me today.
very well put- the last two seem rather elusively haunting.... loved them!
I would find it hard to pick just one from these seeing as how I felt them all in one way or another.
I really liked the phrase "starving ghosts"... definitely three elusive things, but very different in how ephemeral they are. Nicely put!
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