detour

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A window.
A mirror crossing
the threshold.
Refracting
light in matter and spirit–
the boundaries melt.

I’m a little late for Sue Vincent’s “eye” photo prompt from November 2, above.  But not as late as I can sometimes be!

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And it was easy to pick the poetic form:  another shadorma, for Shadorma November at along the interstice.  The art continues my obsession with monoprints.

 

 

 

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24 responses to “detour”

  1. alongtheinterstice says :

    I like the “Refracting” sitting by itself for a moment, a pause, then the expansion to the spirit, in the liminal state, along with the material, mirror becoming more than mirror

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  2. Sharon Mann says :

    I’m enjoying your mono print series. I feel like I can fall into this print, lots of depth. I love your words today, I’m going to let my own boundaries melt a bit today 🙂

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  3. rivrvlogr says :

    Your poem and art fit both prompts perfectly.

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  4. Jodi says :

    matter and spirit indeed. Lovely K!

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  5. merrildsmith says :

    Lovely poem–portals!

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  6. Sue Vincent says :

    Late or not…it is wonderful. I’ll add it to the round up 🙂

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  7. Dave Kingsbury says :

    All-round gorgeous … words and pictures in perfect harmony … and the green is so peaceful! Have added this, hope you don’t mind, to my collection of ‘celebratory psalms’ described on my recent post … https://davekingsbury.wordpress.com/2017/11/09/acts-of-worship/

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  8. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    Wonderful words and art

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  9. Olga says :

    A very spiritual reflection on grasping an understanding of how boundaries melt away when exposed to the light or enlightenment. Wonderful poetic words and representational art. ❤

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  10. Jill Kuhn says :

    I love your monoprints and how you can make your prints look like your photos! So very cool! 😊

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