The Subject is Muses

seasons lg s

Play. With words.  Images.  From images. (and words).  Juxtaposition.  Borrowing.  The sound of silence.  The dancing of music and time.  Nonsense. (and sensibility).  Geometry.  Story, myth, oracle, dream.  Serendipity.  What is the question? (no answers, please).  Thank you.

Birds.

Sometimes in winter–
summer might as well be spring–
autumn in New York.

birdling center s

dVerse wants to know the “why” of our poetic style.  In a haibun.

winter s

Yes, the birdlings are back.

summer s

 

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32 responses to “The Subject is Muses”

  1. Frank Hubeny says :

    The haibun is like a collage of phrases matching the artwork.

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  2. alongtheinterstice says :

    the birds being migratory after all, are bound to return.

    A splendid job of staccato, keeping a moving notion through its paces. I’ll try to refrain from giving any answers.

    Love the collages.

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  3. kestrelart says :

    Another great collage
    Fun and meaningful

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  4. Jodi says :

    intriguing…

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  5. Claudia McGill says :

    I like the sense of the wheel turning and the cycle of seasons. Your words are eloquent.

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  6. merrildsmith says :

    I’m too tired to put together a coherent comment, but I love this! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Jill Kuhn says :

    I’m loving these creative and colorful birds of yours! 💕👍 Great collage – gives one lots to think about… you are so good at these, Kerfe! 😊

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  8. Björn Rudberg (brudberg) says :

    Collage of great ideas. love the haiku with all those seasons coming together.

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  9. annell4 says :

    Yes! I like what you did with the haibun!

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  10. Janice says :

    Love your collage and haibun…the birds, water, seasons are just wonderful

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  11. Sarah Russell says :

    Your word pictures are as beautiful as the pictures themselves, Kerfe. Thank you.

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