Daily Archives: May 13, 2013

Waterfall flush

Warming, thawing, spring awake, innervating winter’s still facade, a waterfall rushes at right angles atop the washboard of my forebrain folds, polishing memory, grey and white matter absorbs slick bedrock ricochets, as turbid tiers topple into wet thickets of foam, … Continue reading

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Spectrum of perception

Filtering the first blooms of spring through a fine screen, compartmentalizing and hybridizing colors of fragrant, fickle roses, born akin to Seurat’s painstaking points and Close’s rainbow pixel photo realism, a contrast in styles valued by the spectrum of perception.

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Sunset salute

Cottonwood caught in the sunset’s glare, its brilliant boughs saluting the solar system

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To build a shadow (now with sunshine & color!)

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Another re-blogged concrete poem of an apple casting an evening shadow, now in Technicolor! I also added a sun in the upper right-hand corner constructed out of the title, author and copyright date, underlined…

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In situ sounds

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The faint tinkle of chimes                ignites a landslide of noise                           one decibel too high    …

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Snail’s Progress

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Concrete poem of a gallivanting gastropod with gooey glue ‘toe-jam football’ As the Beatles so eloquently sang, “Let it be” and “Come Together” over this much maligned mollusk! For more information about snails, check…

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Waxing Poetic

concrete poem of a crescent moon complete with lips, eye and nose, surrounded by shadowy space and stars connecting comforting constellations (The Big Dipper!).

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