traverse (with Thursday Doors)

which side of the door welcomes?
which side retreats?
every opening carries a journey–
without or within?
the threshold faces both ways

Colleen’s #TankaTuesday theme of travel/journeys works well with my twin Thursday doors. I’ve written a gogyohka.

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25 responses to “traverse (with Thursday Doors)”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    “every opening carries a journey–
    without or within?” That’s so true. We enter and leave.

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  2. Manja Mexi Mexcessive says :

    A door gogyohka! This word is fully new for me but vaguely Slavic looking. I know doors though and your questions cover their mystery well.

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  3. alethakuschan says :

    Once you think about going in, the outside you just traversed is changed a little ….

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  4. robertawrites235681907 says :

    This really is a great poem, Kerfe. You are very talented.

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  5. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Beautiful picture and poem, Marta and yes each and every door has something to tell us.

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  6. Colleen M. Chesebro says :

    The possibilities are endless with gogyohka! This is fabulous, Kerfe. I like the architecture of the doors themselves. Great existential questions! Every opening carries a journey… Excellent. ❤

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  7. Elizabeth says :

    Love your creativity, opening and closing a door indeed can be a journey!

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  8. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Doorways are so symbolic and great metaphors. Wonderful poem, Kerfe. 🙂

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  9. jazzytower says :

    Nicely done (K)

    Pat

    Like

  10. jazzytower says :

    Nicely done (K)

    Pat

    Liked by 1 person

  11. scooj says :

    There are many doors like this in the UK from Victorian schools with an entrance for boys and an entrance for girls, often with Boys and Girls written above them.

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