Incompletion s

Tomorrow it will be gone–
this false night,
this held breath–
we are undreamed.

Light falls scattered
without gravity,
a sliver of reflected time–
tomorrow it will be gone,

out there towards never.
It resembles matter,
although it has no form–
this false night,

pure, unbroken–
(that’s what I imagine–
healed and levitating into always)
This held breath—

it neither comes nor goes.
Listening, it does not reply–
(we’ve lost our knowledge of sleep)–
we are undreamed.

For Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, above.  Another mysterious landscape.

incompletion close up s

Another cascade poem.


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31 responses to “Incompletion”

  1. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Awesome and for sure flowing as a cascade these lovely poetic words, Marta.

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  2. Sue Vincent says :

    We are undreamed… perfect.
    I love the light rays created by the folds… the colours are pure magic too.

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  3. Jane Dougherty says :

    All lovely—dreamlike! The second picture is absolutely beautiful with that big red bird on the rock. The first one is such a sad-looking creature, in the process of being undreamed. You have such a talent for associating words and images.

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  4. merrildsmith says :

    Beautiful, dreamy–“we are undreamed.” More circles. . .
    I love the dreaminess of the bottom image, too.

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  5. V.J. Knutson says :

    Beautiful as always.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. rivrvlogr says :

    Your art drew my eyes to the sky of the photo in a way that i missed, at first.

    Love these lines:

    “Light falls scattered
    without gravity,”

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Janice says :

    This is beautiful…words to be absorbed.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Betty Hayes Albright says :

    Gorgeous post, – artwork and words, as always!


  9. Olga says :

    “Undreamed” is an interesting thought. It leads me in many different directions. Is life a dream and in death, we are undreamed? …or…can we change the future by undreaming the past?

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