reflecting into themselves

reflecting comp

reassembled air–
details gathered and released
into shimmering

trembling suspended,
the light falls into silence–
neither night nor day

throwing the questions
into vast infinity–
what the night reveals

This haiku sequence was inspired by Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, above.

reflecting close up 2s

The night sky is full of questions…

reflecting close up 1s


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For more madness, follow me on Instagram @h_zimel methodtwomadness is a blog of two friends, Nina and Kerfe kblog is Kerfe's solo branch on the tree

31 responses to “reflecting into themselves”

  1. Sue Vincent says :

    The colours and their melding capture the halflight beautifully, Kerfe, and I love the poem.

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  2. Jane Dougherty says :

    I see crows in there. Wonderful colours, moody and mysterious, and the haiku sequence is superb.

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  3. merrildsmith says :

    This may be one of my favorites of yours. The haiku flow together–the shimmering into the trembling, and the questions thrown to “the vast infinity.” Beautiful. I like the flowing colors of your art–yes, I can see crows there, too!

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  4. rivrvlogr says :

    “reassembled air” is just right for the photo – like alchemy or necromancy or alchemy.

    And did I say alchemy? There’s definitely something going on in that sky, and you’ve captured it, especially with your art.

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  5. Sharon Mann says :

    I think you need an exhibit of your awesome art and words in a circular room.

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  6. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    Love the haiku and the art

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  7. Jill Kuhn says :

    Hi Kerfe, I always enjoy seeing your colorful Mandalas and how you interpret Sue’s photo for inspiration. These are excellent! I wonder what it would look like on the Gelli plate? 😊

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  8. robertawrites235681907 says :

    These are really lovely

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  9. Olga says :

    Sometimes I wish that I could see your art full-screen to meditate on all the details shimmering into the whole. Your words and art free-float into my imagination and I wonder. 🙂

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  10. deuxiemepeau says :

    I agree with Merril, this is beautiful and the artwork is stunning. Stunning!!!

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