"Life is the dancer and you are the dance."
Eckhart Tolle

Monday, April 4, 2011

"A Fish, A Fly" - Wordle from Beyond the Bozone - napowrimo 4.1


 Preconceptions affect prodigious fish
swimming in a clear pond,
they’ve become omnipotent
as a fly buzzes round the pool,
where speckles on your supercilious head
cause much agitation,
like those unexpected docile journeys
when serendipitous thoughts
seem to occupy a harried yet fallow mind

24 comments:

  1. This reminds me of a place I like to go to sit and spend the afternoon just chilling...
    Really, really good!

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  2. speckles on your supercilious head
    cause much agitation,


    Love this image.

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  3. Some wonderful words there - might almost convinces me to change my mind about wordles!

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  4. Phew, I like the way you got all those BIG words in there!

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  5. I love it, Pamela! My favorite is the harried but fallowed mind. Think I've been there more than once. Thanks for giving the wordle a go!

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  6. I think I will go there this afternoon...thanks for this Pam

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  7. Tilly, it was an interesting set of words to use.

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  8. They are that, Viv, you should give it a try.

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  9. Bravo, Pamela! I love how you used all of those delicious wordle words. And I love the way we've all interpreted those same words in such a different fashion. I think this is my favorite line: "serendipitous thoughts seem to occupy a harried yet fallow mind"

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  10. Well, thank you, Madeleine :)

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  11. Thanks Brenda, and I am sure I have been there myself.

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  12. Tell me how it is, Wayne.
    Cheers!

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  13. Marianne, I have no idea how I arrived at that, but I thank you. Is it possible I am feeling the burn of this 30 poems in 30 days, already?

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  14. Expertly and economically dispatched Pam :)

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  15. Francis, I appreciate that:) though, I've no idea what the heck I am talking about.

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  16. Is this a koi pond... or a coy pond? ;) Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/04/04/island-dweller-napowrimo/

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  17. I am thinking the latter, Amy ;)

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  18. I'm not sure what it means, but it manages to be both busy and peaceful at the same time. It has a magical quality about it, as if the sounds of the words were more important than their meanings.

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  19. Me neither, Mr. Walker. The words were gorgeous.

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