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Saturday, March 21, 2009

A Tell-Tale Graph for Sunday Scribblings

Sunday Scribblings prompts: Where did you start? Where do you start? How did it all begin? Where do you stand right now?


a tell-tale graph
not the Akashic book
reveals a lackluster line

the tell-tale graph
rises from the first scene
shudders past the peak

a tell-tale graph
with lines of new and not
dots of bleached parts

the tell-tale graph
a block buster outline
with the plot left out

the tell-tale graph
lines drawn in sand til
the end falls off the chart


The fractal image was created in Apophysis.



Jeeves said...

Nice image and poem.

Giggles said...

Love the image and interesting poetry!! Read it several times to drink it in!

Hugs Giggles

linda may said...

Nice. That picture above the poem reminds me of a grevillea flower. A common Aussie native.

anthonynorth said...

Loved this. I've researched the Akashic Records myself in the past. Intriguing.

Megha said...

Good use of metaphor..Nice image :)
Keep writing!

murat11 said...

My favorites:

with lines of new and not

a block buster outline
with the plot left out

I like the lovely contrast of a "tell-tale graph" with a "plot left out." We all bounce and resound in that tidy yoga asana...

danni said...

wow --- such imaginative allegory - you are truly talented with verse!!!

Mary said...

I love the image. Although I do feel a bit disconnected from the collective subconscious.

tricia stirling said...

it is always such a pleasure to visit your blog. i love this...

Anonymous said...

It's been a while since I visited Sunday Scribblings and checked into your site. I am happy to see your creativity and graciousness continues to inspire.

Anonymous said...

Interesting imagery there, our lives as a graph, rising and falling depending on what we do, and who we are.

Anonymous said...

Gosh, this is so good. I don't know how you do it!!

Unknown said...

No offense, but I'm not sure I get it.

Anonymous said...

Love the idea of the tell tale graph!!

Tammy Brierly said...

You are so darn creative Sue. Loved it all and always do. :)

Marguerite said...

Interesting imagery and very descriptive of our lives. I also enjoyed the picture you included with the poem. Great job, talented lady!

Lucy said...

CReative Sue I do love u! xo

sudharm baxi said...

a tell-tale graph
depicting great feelings
and marvellous writings..

Sherri B. said...

Very intriguing words, and beautiful image to go with it!