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Wabi-sabi Wasabi
11/20/2017 01:56:00 AM
Wabi-sabi Wasabi
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Comment by herfotoman:
Westernised Japanese.. your'e right.

I do like it and it would be a much nicer print than mine....

Not sorry about the Brown, all's fair in Africa and war.
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Wabi-sabi Wasabi
11/19/2017 07:24:54 PM
Wabi-sabi Wasabi
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Comment by tnun:
I can already feel my sinuses clear. an almost nightmare of fore and aft.
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Light
11/17/2017 01:47:14 AM
Light
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Comment by daisydavid:
Somewhat melancholy and filled with lament. I like the lonely openness, the detachment, the looking back and the final realisation of solitude. The imagery of the shaken off ceilings that give freedom at the cost of a loss is really a coherent message throughout. It is a deep inner fear that is exposed or a dreaded reality. I've had dreams such as these, albeit under the effects of (legal) hallucinatory medication, but I never related them in a poem. Maybe I'm right off the mark, but it works for me. Thank you.
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Milkweed
11/13/2017 01:23:14 AM
Milkweed
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Comment by tnun:
you have made a fireworks!
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Light
11/12/2017 12:47:02 PM
Light
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Comment by 2mccs:
I love your poems. I wish I were a poet.
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Milkweed
11/11/2017 08:49:04 AM
Milkweed
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Comment by grahamgator:
Reminds me of a sprinkler head, lol.
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Light
11/11/2017 02:49:37 AM
Light
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Comment by ubique:
I'm coming back to comment, if I can think of something to say. Just sit still and be patient. And stop looking out of the window.

No ... wait ... is this what happens when a restless mind ignores the teacher and instead looks out of the window? Yes?

These words? These pictures? These impermanent threads that stitch them into a quicksand quilt?

All right everybody, pencils down. Close your books. Now ... look out of the window.

Wake me when the bell rings.

Thank you.

Message edited by author 2017-11-11 10:53:55.
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Light
11/09/2017 07:45:44 PM
Light
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Comment by mariuca:
Love the poem.
The end result lacks in connectedness.
I agree completely with Henry but perhaps not in his idea of the format.

The words and the images are not fastended together esthetically and not supporting each other. It's a matter of layout, as simple as that (in my mind).
The words have to dance and be all in either capital letters or lower case, in a stocky font but thin enough, with space between them, as if there is a slight breeze or whispered with a stutter. I don't know if I make myself clear. Words can be superimposed on the image but in a more fragile and nonconformist way.
You seem to start with a lot of intensity and then lose some interest. Who am I to inquire a poet's mind though?!
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Getting There
11/09/2017 03:51:25 PM
Getting There
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Comment by vawendy:
Again -- another where I would actually like the subject to be on the 1/3 both vertically and horizontally. Too much foreground which isn't as interesting as the background. I think moving the biker down would be more interesting.
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Getting There
11/09/2017 01:08:07 PM
Getting There
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Comment by streetpigeon:
I like the amount of motion captured in this seemingly casual image. The biker at the right is minimally wispy, retaining the greater part of his form. The trees and road are likewise nicely blurred. Altogether unhurriedly dynamic. Fine photo.
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