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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Read Write Poem #97







In keeping with the RWP #97 Prompt, this is an older cut up


she

pale as sandpiper prints
in a wrinkle of infinity
she flies at that easy hour
catches the potbellied moon
rides past a crescent of sand
seaweed laced
with driftwood beads
a blink of stars, a tiny smile
she slides out through the sky
on wings of sparrow sighs



The fractal image was created in Apophysis, marked up in Adobe Photoshop Elements on Bamboo Fun Tablet.


 
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14 comments:

Paul Oakley said...

Je vous salue, Tumblewords!

So tight, so supple, so firm... Every single word is exquisite, but if I had to pick a single image that stands out above the rest, it would be:

pale as sandpiper prints
in a wrinkle of infinity


Truly beautiful!

davidmoolten said...

Nifty and very delicate, starting with the title. The images may be distinct but they don't clash, but rather add together different facets.

anthonynorth said...

This works exceptionally well. Great words.

briarcat said...

delicate
I like "she flies at that easy hour", which has a lovely swing.

rallentanda said...

Delicate and beautiful like a sparrow sigh.

Cynthia Short said...

So many lovely thought and images throughout, you chose those words to cut up VERY well..

bearlyaudible said...

Beautiful. No question at all. The sense of wings into flight lifts with every phrase expressed, light and delicate! And "sparrow sighs" comes to the end just perfectly.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Beautiful Sue. Your images are stunning. I just love it.

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Someone posting in my name. I have changed my sites name to Cassiopeia Rises. Bx and I have been trying to find out how this happened. My web page is:
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If you could change my ID for me it would help a great deal.

love,Melanie

Wayne Pitchko said...

nicely done....thanks for sharing this

fourwindsphotojournal said...

The art is wonderful. The poem makes me think of fairies

Nathan said...

"A blink of stars" is lovely. Well done.

Geraldine said...

This is absolutely exquisite Sue. I'm going back for a re-read. The artwork, perfect!

throwshiswords said...

I like the alliteration -- even as a cut-up the repeated "s" sounds helps tie it all together. My favorite lines were "seaweed laced // with driftwood beads" :-)

ps Thanks for visiting my blog!

Anonymous said...

from Therese L. Broderick-- I agree with all praise above. The vowel assonance is very lovely. I love how the entire poem is without punctuation except for after the word "blink" -- as if that comma is an unexpected blink. Quite entrancing!