Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Poetry Invitation # 33 :: Practicing Resurrection

Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Every so often, Abbey of the Arts hosts a poetry invitation. She posts a picture and a theme and invites anyone to respond with poems, reflections, prose. Check the icon for more info. Read my submission below.




Twilight Resurrection
Luminous,
dancing with a golden mirth
She skips across the sun-soaked beach,
splaying her toes, softly burrowing
into velvety sand, then splashing,
splashing ~ making iridescent ripples
in a silent and silvery sea
that seems to come from 
beyond twilight
She sparkles in a dusky sunset, 
appearing simultaneously
miniscule and monumental.



photo credit: Christine Valters Paintner
poetry: Roxanne Galpin

8 comments:

myrope said...

tinks, this is beautiful. more poetry?

oh, and a meme, i've tagged you for.

tinkerbell the bipolar faery said...

myrope ~ thx. yes, i think more poetry. i feel inspired.

i'll take a look at your meme ...

foam said...

ohhhhh... what a lovely poem. well done you .. :)

Abbey of the Arts said...

so luscious and lovely tinkerbell, i am right there alongside her and the last line is splendid. Thanks so much for joining the party!

Paul said...

I like it! Especially

"She sparkles in a dusky sunset,
appearing simultaneously
miniscule and monumental."

Evokes our relationship to both an oceanic and an Oceanic backdrop...

tinkerbell the bipolar faery said...

Foamy ~ :^)

Christine/Abbey ~ many thx for the inspiration and opportunity you provide thru these 'parties' ... at first I wasn't sure I could get the poetry muse to follow that process ... but she did! And it felt good, flowed smoothly.

Paul ~ thx; yes, there's something life-affirming about the ocean.

blisschick said...

Tinkerbell, A little something for you today:

http://www.blisschick.net/2009/04/sharedbliss-lemonade-award.html

Beth P. said...

Hi Tinkerbell--
What a lovely piece!
Especially liked the line of She sparkling as: 'simultaneoulsy miniscule and monumental'

Lovely! Thanks for the depth of this piece.