Tuesday, November 29, 2011

At a thousand and two Feet

The Sky Speaks life into my heart
its flesh
a smooth place in the imagination

As the world rattles
with chaotic spring harmonies
like thunder
quieted and encased in glass


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10 comments:

Whatever said...

in case of an emergency, please break the glass.
that's two thousand perfect feet to fall through.
and two left to land on.

zonedin said...

When I look at the sky it is very calming and opens up so many possibilities! Then I look down and it seems so limiting, but in an airplane looking down I feel safe from the chaos. Nice:~)

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zonedin said...

My computer was acting up and so I did what I usually do in frustration, clicked it a bunch of times...that's why all the duplicates and then deletes. Sorry;~/

rivercat said...

Hi whatever :) thnx for the great comment, yes, its funny..i changed the title from "and one feet" to "and two feet" because it didnt sound right.
Hi zoned, thanks for the nice comment. thats ok about the extra posts. I have been having a lot of problems with blogger lately. I read once in awhile about all the gadgets being hated by people and they move to word press or something. I have to say I would like to visit sites but sometimes the have to much gadgets on them and my computer freezes.
:)

zonedin said...

I like to keep things simple and not be one-up all the time. I just can't keep up anyway. Someone usually has to show me. I'm a visual learner....like many of my students;~)

rivercat said...

sometimes i feelbad because i cant post a comment on the page because my computer freezes and i cant visit the site and play around to get the browser to work again...
and thats with a new computer.
i like simplicity too :)

MarieHarmony said...

"The Sky Speaks life into my heart" - Love it, creates a special feelings. So visual and magical.
Happy to read you again.

Krystal said...

I love the feelings you are able to convey. I love being able to see what you are seeing through your poetry. Thank you very much for sharing.

rivercat said...

hi Marie and Krystal, thanks for visiting and kind comments
:)