Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Tiny Little Globe



I fell up
through a hole in the sky,
tumbling.
Landing amidst creatures so strange
perplexing.
A tiny little globe perceiving
colors astounding.
Textures, structures, fabrics
brilliantly mixing,
deceiving.
Tiny minds
yearning.


On unknowing clouds
I floated, innocently
watching
particles melding.
Separation turned One,
opposites annihilating.
From such intricate fantasy
awakening, I knew
reality's dream
stumbling, falling
on the little globe.
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19 comments:

  1. Nice dream - great one shot

    cheers :)

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  2. beautiful you.
    how cool to share your dreams with us.
    keep dreaming!

    A++

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  3. Myrna,

    I often wonder what it would be like without gravity, to fall up and then enter another atmosphere. I can only imagine the metaphores hidden in your words. I enjoyed your poem very much.
    Kristen



    Kristen

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  4. I would love to know reality's dream! Great poem.

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  5. fell up through a hole in the sky...nice...rather whimsical...would love to see the blue marble from the sky...

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  6. Loved how you started it on a positive note/word 'up' instead of 'down'

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  7. Ah, that was a nice trail of imagination. I wonder how it will be to fall "up" instead of 'down.' Your verse had cancelled the laws of gravity and now, that is what I call creative licence!

    Joy and peace,
    Susan

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  8. I love the first two lines - that is the best way to fall...
    xoxo

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  9. Beautiful poem Myrna...and not sad...Yay! I can imagine the tiny flakes inside a "snow globe"...or the Who's down in Whoville...somehow in reading this...there is a playfulness, at least for me.

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  10. It brings to light feelings of the universe on us. Excellent!

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  11. Fabulous imagery. You really nailed this one! I copied it and sent it to my husband.

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  12. nice and dreamy space trip myrna - have written a space poem as well today but needs a bit work before it will be ready for posting...

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  13. Sounds like a transcendental moment, Myra! Nice One Shot!

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  14. Thanks again for this fantastic piece.

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  15. Aloha from Waikiki!
    Sorry I haven't been around for a while, but you read my post on Tuesday so I'm sure you understand. Wishing you all the best!

    Comfort Spiral

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  16. What a beautiful vantage point, liberating our perspective.

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  17. beautiful poem. it reminds me that we are all one and inter-connected.

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