Transition

transition s

It’s Paisley
Park.  No, it’s the dog
unguarding
us, the song
unsung, tangled and unformed,
a gathered ghosting.

Do you see
the fish, wandering
incomplete
in thin air?
Molecules abandoned to
endless departures.

Now exhale:
trust this unknown space.
Transition
cleanses luck,
translates possibility,
conjures shift to where.

transition close up s

What made me think of Prince?  Another of life’s mysteries…

Inspired by Colleen’s words this week, a shadorma series of fresh beginnings.

 

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26 responses to “Transition”

  1. Olga says :

    “Molecules abandoned to endless departures” is an interesting way to describe the flow of time, yet one is conscious of the possibilities of unknown molecules to transform and manifest in each act of intent. 🙂

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  2. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Lovely poem and great artwork.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Hélène - Willow Poetry says :

    Beautiful descriptive words to accompany your insightful painting. Great combo. I love the poem and painting.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Colleen Chesebro says :

    Welcome back! I didn’t receive an email from you. Some have forgotten to hit the submit button. Would you mind terribly, trying to submit again? Huge hugs. I love the colors in your painting and how they somehow reflect your choice of words. ❤

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  5. Jodi says :

    Hauntingly beautiful

    Liked by 1 person

  6. rivrvlogr says :

    bubble
    this world in itself
    containing all

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  7. Suzanne says :

    I like your mandala painting. I’ve just started working with circles myself as part of an e-course in collaging I’m doing. The circle seems to take me to places I don’t visit when I work in squares or rectangles.
    I like the mystery of your poem. The sense of being in transition to somewhere I don’t yet know is with me too.

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  8. merrildsmith says :

    Transitions and time ever revolving beginning and ending again and again–words and images reflect each other.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Sharon Mann says :

    This poem reminds me to keep the door wide open and step into the creative unknown. Beautiful art!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    So much to envision and ponder

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