...where Pen is mightier than the sword...
And what perfect perceptions they can be!
An interesting series, thought provoking and very well done.
nice...i like your final lines...they do...and i think in many ways the artist sees beyond the normal vision and helps us to as well....
i agree with Brian, i like the final lines too meditation station
I enjoyed reading your response to the prompt, Jinksy. Serenity waits. Lovely. Thanks for sharing.
I'm so glad to know that serenity waits.....I want to snuggle up in that phrase.......I'll see you in the Magic Realm.......;)
This is such a thoughtful post - on the relationship between one's inner self and external reality. Thankyou.
You always have an interesting way of seeing, Jinksy. Well done!
What I love about that first stanza is that it is so true.....the image itself is frozen but what's going on in front, behind and around it, the various feelings and emotions that may not first seem apparent, latch on to someone's life experience and take on a world of their own. great thought...loved this.
I like your interpretation, too... you have a soft, delicate touch that I find refreshing. = )
I love "Despite unearthly colours.serenity waits."
The Trellis household could do with some of your serenity! :)
STAGNATE! God forbid! thanks-
"Despite unearthly colours.serenity waits."How reassuring this is, with art and artists the vehicle.=)
'magic realms' indeed. Nicely conceived, Pen:-)
This is beautiful. Serene, thoughtful yet inspired by the psychedelic colors of the prompt---a turning away down a new path.
I like the idea of magic realms perceived through the painted surface, and how clever to take one small part of the image like that.
The artist uses colour to change perceptions and to hide the bike. (Just joking, J)
wow- simply lovely!
Lovely peaceful stuff Jinksy.Anna :o]
Beautifully true perception! :-)
Dear Jinksy: Far out colours Jinksy~ imagination sees beyondan imageYou certainly have brought us to this magical place ~ Thank-you~~!!!
Love the last two lines - very profound, Jinksy:)
I like the second stanza - full of hope, I feel.
"For one whoseimagination sees beyondan image"I like that! Nice.
For one whose imagination sees beyond an image.I love this line..so often my writing is inspired by visual prompts...a beautiful poem that speaks the heart of an aritist
I must find out what a shadorma is. I like what you have done!
Good, open-to-possibilities piece.
A very interesting take on the prompt--and the match of unearthly colors and serenity startling yet apt--one thinks of a sunset. K.