Transitional

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The earth has its own song–lavish, extravagantly
saturated with rich hue—voices that fall gently,
multiplying as they emerge–seeds that spill, turning,
unseen, marinating in the music of to be

To watch to walk the day and hold the descant, breathing
following the wind in liquid sky awash, swimming
full and boundless, basking in the light of distant orbs
as the air chills, covers itself—radiant, waiting

Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, above, seemed perfect for a rubaiyat emphasizing imagery, as requested by Jilly at dVerse.  This time I managed 13 syllable lines.

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The rubaiyat is the poetic form at dVerse for the month of February, and I expect to try at least one more.

 

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49 responses to “Transitional”

  1. Suzanne says :

    The vibrancy of your painting and the vivid images in your poem are indeed radiant.

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  2. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Imaginery vitality in this beautiful transformation of the world. Great poem, Marta.

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  3. robtkistner says :

    Kerfe, this piece is mystic, ecstatic, beautiful – quite simply, transcendent!

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  4. merrildsmith says :

    Beautiful–these lines in particular for me: “To watch to walk the day and hold the descant, breathing
    following the wind in liquid sky awash,”

    But I’m not clear on what makes this a rubaiyat?

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  5. D. Wallace Peach says :

    I agree with all the previous commenters. Radiant, transcendent, and sublimely beautiful.

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  6. Alexander De says :

    The music pulled into this is great. Your writing inspires me.

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  7. jillys2016 says :

    To watch to walk the day – that line is brilliantly executed! Filled with light and sound – marvelous imagery and I love that you leave your reader in waiting at the end. Beautiful!

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  8. Elizabeth says :

    Wonderful! Love abstract art, yours are pretty and goes well with the poem!

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  9. Charlie O'Shields says :

    Wow!! I adore the words and the image is stunning! It’s such a rich balance of hues! I adore it! 😍

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  10. DS Levy says :

    Glad to find you two in the blogosphere again! Looking great!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Jane Dougherty says :

    Lavish and lovely 🙂 Sorry I missed this. We’re having problems with our internet connection and I’m having great blanks of communication.

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  12. Frank Hubeny says :

    I like how the earth covers itself when the air chills at the end.

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  13. Sue Vincent says :

    I absolutely love this, Kerfe.

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  14. kim881 says :

    I love the song ‘extravagantly saturated with rich hue’ and the way the voices marinate ‘in the music of to be’. A radiant poem!

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  15. Jill Kuhn says :

    Wow, I keep saying that… but I mean it! 😉 I’m so loving the vibrant colors of this one!! Did you add a little irredescent paint as well? Your poem is amazing as well!
    I wanted to tell you that we found a really nice Memory Care facility for my MIL. Close to our home, affordable and good care… very grateful! 💗

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    • memadtwo says :

      Oh that’s such good news Jill! Thanks for letting me know.
      Yes, I’ve been using iridescent paint a lot. Mixing and layering it with other colors. I like how it makes the light change the painting.

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  16. stevetanham says :

    A beautiful poem, and the art was lovely.

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