Poetry Friday: Found This
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I was rummaging around on my computer this week and found the following tritina I wrote in 2015. I don't really recall what the occasion was for me to write it and it doesn't appear to have been on my blog. I took the photo on the Glen Jackson Bridge on my way to school. October through January had some of the most spectacular early morning views.
12/10/2020 07:03:11 pm
You got me googling tritina--a new form (for me) to try! Love the way you've made poems so visual, that clouds blanket them and nets capture them.
12/11/2020 02:16:40 am
Timeless poem paired with a timely picture. Beautiful both, Jone. :)
12/11/2020 05:36:19 am
It's lovely, Jone, and a precious thing to "throw your net into the horizon" & capture those poems before they disappear.
12/11/2020 06:55:54 am
"It's the time of poems/ on the still waters of morning" -- happy sigh.
12/11/2020 06:44:47 pm
Jone, when I go out on my awe walks, if I focus I can catch some words on the horizon. Where you caught poems is such a glorious place to reflect.
12/12/2020 03:39:04 am
This is so lovely, Jone. For me, poems do gather on the horizon in the morning. The trick is capturing them before "the silence of morning" breaks.
12/12/2020 06:39:24 am
This carries me to the idea that each morning brings a "poemrise" if only we are watching to see it come up over the horizon. Lovely.
12/12/2020 03:46:49 pm
What an interesting form. Your poem is mysterious and I wonder if it's the form or the subject. I think both. Maybe it's the magical picture.
12/14/2020 10:14:55 pm
Such a lovely vision you created in this line:
12/16/2020 03:03:40 am
Beautiful poem...so peaceful. And a form I'm not familiar with-- I need to learn more!
12/16/2020 09:52:24 pm
Jone, I love these beautiful images:
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