Sunday, 10 April 2016

three links...




my myth...my dreaming 
outside the veils of seasons
a piece of starlight splinters



NOTE
I have tried to create a circular connection between the three linked poems.
First and last links may be inter-changed in reading order.
(Today's poem is short, mindful that you may wish to read the links as well.)


Poetry form: katauta   5-7-7

Linking to:
Imaginary Garden With Real Toads - A Poem of Our Own
- create poetry into which we weave the titles of 3 of our own poems.

15 comments:

Rat said...

nice!

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Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Spine-shiveringly beautiful.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

I very much liked the journey through your source poems too.

Outlawyer said...

Lovely. K.

Sanaa Rizvi said...

This is wonderful :D

Fireblossom said...

They say time isn't linear, anyway. Time to dream...

Ellecee said...

This is beautiful, and so clever, I read it backward and forward and the essence remains the same,,

Kerry O'Connor said...

Such a sense of wholeness to this short form - I would not have thought it was made up of individual titles.

brudberg said...

Especially love the way you created the last line... beautiful

hedgewitch said...

I can see the links between these three, definitely--the roots of a collective past, the things of value we magpie up, feel but somehow can't know, and the circle of natural things we somehow ride like a wheel, on it yet not always part of it in our own minds. Really well-crafted in concept and content, Gemma.

Susie Clevenger said...

This is beautiful..What a lovely weaving of your three poems.

De said...

"a piece of starlight splinters" is just a gorgeous, visceral image.

Hannah said...

Interesting the idea of splintering starlight...beautiful woven titles!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Very lovely!

C.C. said...

I like your style....the magical quality to it :-)

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