Poetry Jam: Inside Looking Out

 

First time at the Poetry Jam:

 

Three layers of cotton deep
My eye wanders beyond frost and sleet
To the outlines of stone giants
Just beyond my reach
Perception made on complacent summer day
Chimerical dreams now lay
Beside crystalline faerie fay

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11 thoughts on “Poetry Jam: Inside Looking Out

  1. I won’t post on that blog anymore–I don’t feel welcome. Why should I publish your comment on my blog if I don’t wish to do so? Please leave me alone. There is plenty of blogging space out there.

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  2. lovely capture of the wandering eye giving a vastness to the verse…

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  3. I like the dream-like quality of your poem. As I read I am not sure whether this is something dreamt or remembered.

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    1. As a recent transplant from the flat Midwest to the east coast, I recently visited the Blue Ridge Mountains and walked a little bit of the Appalachian Trail. I was amazed by the mysteries that are currently hidden on those stone giants.

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  4. Oh, I like the idea of your eye wandering beyond frost and sleet. I would give anything for that right now. Liked your imagery; and nice to see you here at Poetry Jam.

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    1. Thank you! I’m not sure where I fit in as a writer quite yet so I’m enjoying challenges as they come. I’m excited to have found this creative community 🙂

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  5. Nice imagery in a successful contemplative work. Welcome.

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    1. 🙂 Thank you. I’m happy to be a part of this creative space

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  6. This makes me wonder about the stone giants and gives me the idea there is a story in this. Nice imagery. Thanks for posting at Poetry Jam.

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  7. a very visual poem…with a rather enchanting rhythm to it as well…
    ha, i wish it was summer….more snow on the way today…

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  8. Outlines of Stone giants – Love the image of this and the emotion of greatness against smallness. Perhaps lots of life is just beyond our reach. Well done.

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