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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Volition


This post is a response to Jingle's Poetry POTLUCK...the theme is Beaches and Mountains...



Poets United Poetry Pantry

18 comments:

  1. adventurous beach poem.
    when it is portrayed in poetry, it becomes magical and fun!

    love your creativity.
    those footprints are way too cool for the piece.

    thanks for sharing!

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  2. Tons of powerful, emotionally laden words here!

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  3. So powerful and good.. I enjoyed it thanks...I have always loved the way you present your poetry too.. this one is nicely done.. goes with th verse...thanks for sharing...

    जय दुर्गा जी, जय काली माँ
    Jai Durga ji, Jai Kali Ma
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    Blog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love your description of pessimism as a "fog of invisibility." What made you think of that?

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  5. The poem is great and I really like the handwritten effect and the footsteps. Pretty cool!I love "imprints of their own choosing".

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  6. I can see myself walking into the picture, great words!=P

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  7. There is such a gorgeous thread of hope in this poem. I loved the imagery of the slipping down dreams. Lovely!

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  8. dasuntoucha,
    A wonderful piece of writing and images.

    Best wishes, Eileen

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  9. Wow! I love your blog´s concept.Thanks a lot for commenting in mine!
    Wow... you know? I think nothing can really asphyxiate happiness... maybe we never really know what happiness is, that´s why we tend to lose it.

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  10. What a strong creativity expressed in image and poem.. beautiful weaving of words.. Beautifully done.. Happy Potluck.. xoxox

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  11. I just love your poetry. This has such a positive message. It's so hopeful. Beautiful as always!

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  12. This is quite wonderful as is the fact that folks from the favelas - where ever they may be and under whatever name they - do have suppressed sprit, but many still manage to make footprints in the sand. Nicely done.

    Belatedly here from potluck, by the way.

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  13. Very creative and your poem really shines.

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    help visit Talon to wish her a happy birthday today,
    Thanks!
    hope you well..

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  15. This is really unique. The ideas flow quite well. Good write.

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  16. How many times has this happened to me?? One minute happiness, the next minute a vague worry that fills my heart! Once again, great randomness in your thoughts which makes for some delightful reads!!
    Rachana.

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