Conjuring

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Can today assume tomorrow? Time travels without a map, like branches reaching toward the sun.

staring into light
eyes enter mind, as presence
always becoming

Seeking the hour of forever, the question lingers: is it too late or too early?

with smoke and mirrors
the gaps confuse prediction–
nothing is revealed

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This may or may not be a haibun, but it was composed for Colleen’s poetry challenge this week, once again incorporating prompt words from the Secret Keeper.  I was also inspired by the wonderful tree and light artistry of Sue Vincent and Claudia McGill.

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20 responses to “Conjuring”

  1. deuxiemepeau says :

    Bravo! I love this! such a thought piece! Love it! And the art!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Jodi says :

    Awesome how you take the inspiration of the three different challenges and create magic

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Charlie O'Shields says :

    This is amazing… love the imagery (beautiful!), but today the words truly resonated with me. I adore this one!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. merrildsmith says :

    I love this–time without a map–time and timelessness–beautiful word and visual images!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. rivrvlogr says :

    Imagine the view from each branch. Ever-branching versions of yourself. The possibilities. It reminds me of the hope in Merril’s recent poem.

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  6. Colleen Chesebro says :

    Oh, I like your poetry. I’m sure it’s close enough to be a Haibun. I would never halt your creativity. Besides, your words flow with meaning and innuendo. That is powerful! ❤ Well done!

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  7. Sue Vincent says :

    This is, as always, truly beautiful, Kerfe.

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