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Friday, June 18, 2010

Re-Sent for Big Tent


Wordle word prompt from Big Tent Poetry:
resent, praise, hungry, milk, cough, dull, stars, dangerous, comfort, part, dark




Re-Sent


stars draw pictures on the night
with a cough of milky light
into the shadows dark

creating comfort art to dull
the dangerous fear that strikes
within the midnight black

dawn gives rise to a longing
a hunger for a greater space
a stellar sky and a sudden breeze

she offers prayerful praise
for dark shadows calmed when
stars draw pictures on the night


Fractal image.
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15 comments:

waiseekweng said...

Nicely said!! I like the metaphor..

Sam Liu said...

Beautiful imagery, the eloquent mystery of this piece is so wonderfully enticing.

Raven's Wing Poetry said...

I like how you comment in the second stanza about our lack of comfortableness with the void, the dark...commenting on our collective fear of nothingness. I like your metaphor of the milky light coughed onto the dark canvas of night in the first stanza. Well done.

Jingle said...

very convincing and witty poem!

caroleesherwood said...

"dawn gives rise to a longing" is a great line!

flaubert-poetrywithme said...

Susan a beautiful poem and response to the prompt using these words!
Pamela

Diane T said...

I like the idea of stars drawing pictures on the night! Very creative!

rallentanda said...

A milky light coughed on to dark canvas....just beautiful Sparrow Sigh!

Stan Ski said...

Nothing more comforting that a clear, star filled night sky, especially with a full moon.

Saras said...

Exquisite piece of work! Brilliant writing.

Deb said...

Beautiful images (the ones Nicole said all caught me, too) -- effective repetition of first and last line.

Cynthia Short said...

This felt very soft, draemlike, and gentle to me...quite lovely!

Francis Scudellari said...

I love that opening stanza, and the piece is complemented so well by the fractal.

therer2doors said...

beautiful!
I love "dark shadows calmed" -- such a powerful image. there is such a difference when the stars are visible.

Systematic Weasel said...

Beautifully written! Thanks for sharing!

-Weasel