navigation s

hindered by clouds, I
struggle to translate signals
revealed by dark sails—

the sea paired with hidden winds
disturbing the horizon

navigation close up s

For Colleen’s #Tanka Tuesday words, slow and work, also using the Secret Keeper’s words this week: rock joint inner sight sail.  And perhaps a hint of the harbinger, suggested by Sarah at dVerse.


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18 responses to “Navigation”

  1. Colleen Chesebro says :

    Kerfe, I have no idea why I told you to email me your poem today. LOL! I grabbed everything from here. In the future, if you don’t mind, just email me your poem if you can’t get the contact form to work. That makes it easier for both of us. You will definitely create some amazing Haiga. There are plenty of journals looking for that kind of medium. ❤

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  2. Sharon Mann says :

    Thanks for the close up of your art today Kerfe…it is good to see the little disturbances in the paint, reflecting the words.

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  3. Jane Dougherty says :

    A touch of Theseus too, perhaps.

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  4. D. Wallace Peach says :

    A wonderful take on Colleen’s prompt. Always a delight to visit, even in stormy weather. 🙂

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  5. rivrvlogr says :

    It seems we both touched on navigation for the secret prompt.

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  6. Charlie O'Shields says :

    This is lovely and evocative… I love the line ” I
    struggle to translate signals” I’ve felt that a lot lately. 😉

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  7. Vashti Q says :

    Lovely Tanka and paintings, Kerfe! 😀

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