on tides

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to be weight
less, sparkling colors
in water
or air, caught
ungrounded and threaded with
invisible light

My post for Day 15 of NaPoWriMo–better late than never I guess (wordpress has not been cooperative this morning either)–is inspired by Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, above.  I went off the edge of the page for my response.

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28 responses to “on tides”

  1. Macxermillio says :

    Beautiful paintings and an appropriate poem. It’s really good

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  2. Susan Feniak says :

    Beautifully done. Love the collages.

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  3. Sue Vincent says :

    The poem is stunning in its simplicity, Kerfe. Gorgeous.

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  4. Evelyn Flint says :

    Beautiful collages and I love the seaside theme they have…

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  5. merrildsmith says :

    The ocean/seaside seems to be the theme of the week. 🙂
    Another portal. . .
    lovely poem and art, Kerfe.

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  6. rivrvlogr says :

    Love the collage and words.

    and not
    a lunar dream
    traces left in spaces
    between grains of sand

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  7. Jodi says :

    Love these fish and butterflies.

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  8. David Redpath says :

    The tropic exotic … Luv it!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Sharon Mann says :

    Collage and poem add such an element of surprise with layers of images and your layers of words.

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  10. robbiesinspiration says :

    A lovely poem. Most unique.


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