Sunday, February 13, 2011

Portal of Rock and Stone


Looking out:
Stares through to beyond
field, hill, history
of possibility, hope
boundless
breaking past the confines
of a life, of lives.

Looking in:
Peers through sunlight into
mind, heart soul
through ruined lens
of wood and rock
to interior rooms,
now grass-carpeted.

Looking at:
Observes the painting
displayed on a wall of light
designed, imagined
as future, as past
the eye’s landscape
beckoning, retreating.


This poem is submitted for One Shot Sunday hosted by One Stop Poetry. To see additional poems (and some spectacular photographs), please visit the site.

Photograph by Sean McCormick for One Stop Poetry. Used with permission.

16 comments:

Brian Miller said...

mmm...nice glynn...the last stanza in particular...nice imagery...

dustus said...

Inventive, interesting structure... amazing the perceptual shifts in language that occur when something as slight as a 2 or three letter preposition drastically alters meaning, in addition to effecting a reader's response and an observer's perceptions in explaining "art."

Jerry said...

You captured the important angles. Great pounding imagery again.

M.L. Gallagher said...

I like how your eye takes us out, and in and to the observer within.

Very nice.

Maureen said...

I like how you've created three frames of reference for a visually very interesting image and then imagined what the eye might see through each one.

Mama Zen said...

I really like the structure of this.

repressedsoul said...

You've taken the process of photography from the camera into a trip to the self. Like the way you've turned it into looking out at Tge shot so to speak giving a very human perspective. Glynn, this was very special x

S. Etole said...

I like the different perspectives ...

Brock S. Henning said...

Glynn, you always have a cool way of looking at things and translating into poetry.

Carmela-J said...

Great take - I love the sense of perspective that you've created here. With each change of view I feel like I'm moving to see what you see.

hedgewitch said...

Well constructed as always, but the thoughts and words are haunting as well..."...the painting
displayed on a wall of light..." A fine line in a harmonious frame itself.

nance marie said...

a portal of rock
framed
a sill wooden
still

Kathleen Overby said...

iLike.

signed...bkm said...

love the three different perspectives on viewing the world and on viewing life....bkm

Reflections said...

Nice play with this one, like to give and take moments, reflective.

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