Postcard Fiction: Tomorrow Never Knows

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we’re swimming in air
we breathe    the stars shine
the waves send time deep

the moment faces the sea
tomorrow is eternal

Jane Dougherty’s Sunday challenge, below, inspired the usual shifting world.  The tanka formed quickly from my word box.

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Should we believe in yesterday?  or tomorrow?

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18 responses to “Postcard Fiction: Tomorrow Never Knows”

  1. Jane Dougherty says :

    What a gorgeous collage and poem combination! Your women look so much more dynamic than the poor Greek girls. At a guess I’d say they are about to burst into tomorrow with all guns blazing.

  2. Jodi says :

    wow! this should be on exhibit!

  3. merrildsmith says :

    Wow–wonderful, Kerfe!

  4. rivrvlogr says :

    You are so good at this.

    Believe in yesterday, including the corrections of today, hoping they will be surpassed tomorrow.

  5. Jennifer G. Knoblock says :

    Beautiful–my favorite line is “the moment faces the sea.” It could spark off a poem of its own.

  6. davekingsbury says :

    Love collages and the pastiche of the painting is ace …

  7. memadtwo says :

    I’m so happy with the result!

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