Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Poetics: It's a micro/macro world—Tracings

Image by Shanyn Silinski


This is what Woman is about! — The photographer
traced outlines of her curves with an ice cube.
She posed in a flotation tube,
dreamed she was an astronomer.
Heard: Pout!



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Written for dVerse Poets Pub - Poetics, where this week Shanyn Silinski shares her micro/macro photography (lovely, indeed) and challenges us to write a poem in 140 characters describing one of them.
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8 comments:

Björn said...

A worthy dream - to be an astronomer.

Brian Miller said...

any where but in that moment eh? you kinda feel like a piece of meat or furniture in that situ....

Mystic_Mom said...

Very neat inspiration from that photo! Well done, thanks for joining in.

susan said...

If someone traced my outlines with an ice cube I'd be whacking him upside the head with his camera. Then I'd be off to astronomy school.

kkkkaty said...

a fine example of macro photography and writing!

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Rob said...

Snow and ice cubes. Not-so-nice thoughts.

Be cool, but stay warm!

BTW, my computer is going in for brain surgery. I hope it, and I, will return in due course.

Blessings and Bear hugs!

kaykuala said...

Now that it's mentioned one can see the sultry outline of a a sexy being! Great micro Lydia!

Hank

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