A Sighting of Silence

let there be winter open s

The Collage Box Oracle was insistent–I kept finding words I’d dropped on the floor…

let there be winter turning s

How to render silence?  I thought of records, LPs, the different tracks, the spaces between.  That line that both separated and connected.  Lost now to the digital world of playlists.

let there be winter melt s 180

For dVerse, a sighting of silence.

Let there be winter–
wild sound, indefinable–
adorn birth with stars.


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28 responses to “A Sighting of Silence”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    Oh, you are right about that silence between the tracks–fused with a bit of anticipation, as we would wait for the music/sound to start.

    When I looked at the top photo, I felt a sense of motion, like it was going to roll.

    Winter can have that wild sound–different from the wild sounds of summer.

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  2. Sharon Mann says :

    I love your poetic art in the round and the depiction of sounds of silence.

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  3. Jeff says :

    Should we try to define the indefinable, or let it alone, in silence? Good thoughts here, I love the creativity!

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  4. Evelyn Flint says :

    Excellent collage & words….

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  5. Björn Rudberg (brudberg) says :

    Silence is exactly like the dark between the stars… without darkness it would just be bright… same with songs, they need silence to shine bright.

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  6. Jodi says :

    winter does have such an indefinable sound to it. A sound of silence.

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  7. rivrvlogr says :

    In the last image, I imagine your words melting into silence.

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  8. sheldonk2014 says :

    I really love this. No I really do

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  9. Jane Dougherty says :

    The silence between tracks is like the silences between sounds in nature, full of anticipation. Perhaps in winter the silences are clearer, and the anticipation is more urgent.

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  10. rothpoetry says :

    Most interesting depiction! Winter birthed with stars! Love it!

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