Friday, February 7, 2014

Friday Flash 55 — One with Everything


 


This is me.  No one — made of Stardust.
 I am one with swirling planets,
    conifer cones dusted with snow,
        delicate ice crusting upon my vacant footsteps —
one with the underweight babe, the bloated beast,
the aged woman praying over beads one final time.

I am the beads, the breath, the bursting, and beyond.
All one.

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My post in exactly 55 words written for Friday Flash 55.
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(Image via Facebook, source not attributed)
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13 comments:

kaykuala said...

That is being me, no worry in the world! Nicely Lydia!

Hank

izzy said...

Conifer cones! such a great sound and I too would lie down under stars
thanks.

G-Man said...

You are EVERYTHING?
I knew that.......:-)
Thats for rejoining the Funfest Lydia, I always miss you when you're gone.
Loved your very creative 55
Thanks for playing, thank you for your awesome support, have a Kick Ass Week-End

rosaria williams said...

One!

Kathe W. said...

judging from your weather up north this could tuly be you!
Stay warm and cozy and be in the now!

Wander said...

Nice piece...:-)... hello by the way

grapeling said...

cool photo, and you've matched the pen to it well ~

Brian Miller said...

ah you had me at the opening line....well penned....we are one...and when we are, we are at peace....

Rob-bear said...

One with everything. A fully loaded pizza was my first thought — wrong, as usual. But true; we are all made of "star stuff."

Wonderfully worded, Lydia!

blessing and Bear hugs!

Margaret said...

Totally off topic: I love the movie "Stardust". Have you ever seen it?

Yes, looking up at the night sky (prefer a bit warmer than the image you portrayed) I do feel different, more at peace :)

Chris said...

"One with everything." That's really a great place to be spiritually. The connection of sharing something with nature is very empowering. Awesome poem with great introspection! Chris

susan said...

Beautifully said and magnificent picture prompt too.

Lydia said...

Margaret ~ No, I have not seen "Stardust." I just looked at the page for it at imdb.com and it looks marvelous. Many thanks for the tip.

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