Sunday, February 23

Time to Dream

Alphabets
cushion the sleeper
as the books'
lullabies
sing their notes into his dreams
and birth new poems.




Inspired by The Mag and the original image called Poet's Sleep, 1989, by Chang Houg Ahn
Thanks Tess for choosing it...

20 comments:

  1. I've missed you and your wonderful poetic interpretations ....

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  2. If only poems always came in dreams. Fine shadorma.

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  3. Ahh the great night of the life of time...cheers Jinksy

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  4. Nice piece of work:) Wish I dreamed poems. So appropriate to the picture and the form is one I have not come across before. Sha dorma half of it the name of sleep too:)

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  5. very well done! I enjoyed this!

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  6. Very nice! I do dream of parts of poems but it's not easy remembering once I"ve awakened.

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    1. What a shame you took this away,Karen - it was such a nice one! Thanks anyway...

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  8. I like the "books' lullabies sing their notes into his dreams"...they do, do that, don't they?

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  9. This is lovely, what a reversal of mine!

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  10. Poetry by osmosis?

    My poem rhymed last night, but didn't this morning. I guess the rhymes slipped away in my dreams.

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  11. "...books'
    lullabies
    sing their notes into his dreams
    and birth new poems."

    Loved this! Perfect!

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  12. You're the Queen of succinct, Jinksy - so much from so little! Enjoyed this and the image edit!

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  13. Well done Jinksy. I agree with Helena. You create great stories and images with minimum words. Impressive!

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  14. I love the book lullabies giving birth to new poems. :-)

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