Friday, December 4, 2009

sand and waves
become pillow and sheets-
cursing the rooster
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sun glistens
on the frost-covered ground-
first morning kiss
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midnight whispers
echo deep inside-
daylight moon

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful sets, Kristin....I love the rooster's call, I miss it here in Delhi...here its the pigeons cooing...I have four sets of families on my different window sills :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  2. Thanks, Devika. :)
    My "rooster" is actually the alarm on my cell phone...but I curse it just the same. ha ha. Not a morning person!!! Rooster sounded more poetic than "cell phone alarm"...ha! :)

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  3. That made me smile, Kristin...the inventions we do for poetic appeal :) yes, rooster is more poetic..I hate cell phone ringing any music any time of the day....not a tele-talker :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  4. mornings, how I love them and you words are indeed an awakening, a softer one

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  5. Words are not... just words.

    __Words are oils, each, their own worthy color.
    __I like your paintings. _m

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  6. Morning hues and blues. Love this one

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  7. Like these 3 verse as a set :)

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  8. What lovely compliments...I thank you all so much. Magyar...I love that even your comments themselves are poetry. Frank...So glad to see you back!!! :)

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  9. The second of these is particularly good.

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  10. A lovely set Kristin, your rooster made me smile!

    the night
    is empty without you -
    clouded moon

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  11. These are wonderful and made me feel. It is lovely to see such work and adding Ludwig Van Beethoven makes these have an even gentler touch to the senses.

    Have you seen Beloved? It, although I am sure has some flaws, fits these piece very well.

    T

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  12. Yes, this rooster is worth a smile. And this set is very nice.

    Best wishes
    Ralf

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  13. beautiful trifecta, love how they are all endearingly simple yet resonantly meaningful.

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