and revealing myself one poem at a time
love the flow...what a dazzling imagery your words painted here.have a lovely weekend.
yeah... it does feel so.oh but how greatly you've written the words to explain what that is...brilliant!!!!
Dear Karen: I find extraordinary your work. I admire this kind of poetry for exploring in the mind and soul. Congratulations!Debrah Riddleton
I was really taken along with this. It works 100% for me. The Jester holds the mask - absolutely!
If it were a plane, it would be time to pull back on the stick.Too much descent too fast has a tendency to set up an interview with the ground.
KI felt the fallthe dizzinessand the landingno one handles words with more tenderness~rick
The structure provided by the rhyme in this one is just brilliant. Perfectly realised - the "fast past" actually brings the reader down. What's the image? It's wonderful too.
Gravity is certainly doing its thing with my body these days! That pesky jester.
Definitely a ride and a grand one at that! Karen, your transformation here has been a wonderful thing to witness.Also, a lovely play on words.
Jingle - Thanks so much! I must join you at Jingle Poetry (if life quits interrupting my blog time)!Dulce - Thank you for the kind words. Let me know if you figure out how to slow things down...Debrah - Welcome to Keeping Secrets and thank you for your comment. Please come back!Dave - Glad it worked for you. It seems that everything is speeding up for me these days. Jason - I love the analogy -- and the warning.Rick - Thank you. I miss being able to comment on your work, but I respect and understand your decision.Mairi - Thank you so much! I don't remember where I found the image. I just checked to see that it wasn't copyrighted and used it. I should have acknowledged it, I suppose. Isn't it intriguing, though?Tess - Oh, me too! I try not to look!Calli - Thank you, thank you!
Nifty way of exploring the different meanings of the word, and definitely excellent rhythm. Finish the song. :)
Wonderful photo to go with the wise words.