Inside Out

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Window
frames skies tearing,
the boundaries erased.
Feelings pass through thinking and weep.
Defenses dissolving,
cleansed by water
and air.

For Sue Vincent’s photo prompts, below (late again).

 

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29 responses to “Inside Out”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    The skies are tearing here–sobbing, in fact. πŸ™‚
    I like the idea that there’s the sense of release and calm after that. The collage reflects that, too. It seems sort of fractured, but calm. (Different planes and fluid boundaries.)

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  2. Jane Dougherty says :

    The different panes with their different planes and imperfections give different perspectives on what’s happening beyond the glass. Which one is the right one?

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  3. janetweightreed10 says :

    Again wonderful words and image….Janet

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  4. Jodi says :

    Ok kerfe. This is one of my faves. Absolutely beautiful

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  5. Sue Vincent says :

    This is gorgeous, Kerfe…both image and poem.

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  6. sheldonk2014 says :

    Simply beautiful
    Words and art

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  7. Rebecca says :

    Ah, this one’s magical! πŸ™‚

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  8. Jennifer G. Knoblock says :

    Mmm, the stitching! And the colors. This just got me thinking what a large part windows play in my contemplations…”Feelings pass through thinking and weep.”

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  9. Claudia McGill says :

    Cathartic. And beautiful.

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  10. davisbrotherlylove says :

    Love this. Very interesting and beautiful.

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  11. davekingsbury says :

    A particularly effective – and affecting – series. Who hasn’t stared through a rain-splashed window?

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  12. Carol A. More says :

    Incredibly interesting interpretation of the photos! (Say that three times really fast!) The stitching and colors used are so soothing. I love this piece.

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