If I flew (for Joni Mitchell) poem by Kerfe Roig (IF I Poetry and Prose Series)

Another great series from Silver Birch Press. My response to the prompt “If I…”

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If I flew (for Joni Mitchell)
by Kerfe Roig

If I flew,
black, a silhouette
against blue,
would I see
outlines of me, abandoned
to endless highways?

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: I’ve been working on a series of monoprints with collage and stitching.“there’s a crow flying” is inspired by Joni Mitchell’s song “Black Crow.” The poem, also, considers her song.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kerfe Roig enjoys transforming words and images into something new. You can follow her explorations on the blog she does with her friend Nina: methodtwomadness.wordpress.com.

Self-portrait by the author. 

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10 responses to “If I flew (for Joni Mitchell) poem by Kerfe Roig (IF I Poetry and Prose Series)”

  1. Jill Kuhn says :

    Beautiful colors and I like how you combined the mediums, Kerfe! Joni Mitchell is a favorite of mine.

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  2. Jodi says :

    So beautiful and nice to have you back k!!!!

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  4. sheldonk2014 says :

    Joni is one favorite
    I hope she’s doing well
    She had an aneurysm
    Haven’t heard anything about
    Her in a while
    Sheldon

    Like

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