Saturday, April 25, 2020

Sunday Muse # 105

"The Sea Inside"  painting by Samy Charnine

Happy Saturday Musers! Hoping you all are doing well, and staying safe. Here is a surreal painting for your musing pleasure. 
Ponder the painting / write / link / & visit others along the way.
Have fun everyone!

34 comments:

  1. where were you when the clouds
    suddenly opened to blue above our heads
    like the top of an aquarium
    and the Sun God sprinkled light
    over our heads, fish food brilliantly sparkling,
    drifting down to reflect off the ocean and sand,
    and our eyes swam up, greedy, hungry
    for it all, our mouths an "Oh!" and trying to sip
    what was beyond even the surface,
    what was hidden by the pool of sky,
    waiting again for tomorrow

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    1. Captured the image in poetry ~ perfectly.

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    2. This is a gorgeous representation of the painting Qbit! Poetry at it's finest!

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    3. I love the inversion here. You've turned the world topsy turvey, qbit. I think I'll just hang by my knees from the celestial trapeze.

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    4. Beautiful interpretation of the image

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    5. Good Morning

      Growing gills to breathe in the air
      hoping the angel(fish) will hear our prayers
      our words bubbling from a place of depth
      inhaling/exhaling with each breath

      gbit - these words just seemed to flow
      much like your poem...thank you

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  2. Happy writing everyone! Looking forward to reading your words! Qbit has started us off beautifully!

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  3. Thank you Carrie for hosting. My write doesn't deserve first on the list but I'm finished with poems for a while, go get dressed for the day now...

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    1. Glad you are here Jim. I enjoyed your poem very much! Have a great weekend!

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  4. Good morning, poets! I see qbit is up ahead of us today!

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    1. It was sunny, there was coffee. Poetry stirred in me like lowfat half-and-half and sugar.

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    2. Lowfat crack! Heart healthy!

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  6. Intriguing I must say .......

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    1. That's what I said when I found it. Glad to see you Helen!

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  7. Yipes. I had a similar dream a couple of months ago..

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  8. WOW! qbit! Your poem is so fantastic it made me embarrassed about my own. But sometimes silliness is okay. I love everything about your poem. It is wonderful.

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    1. They are both wonderful in their own ways Sherry! Always glad to see you here!!

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  9. Oh, I hope we're getting closer to the world letting us play outside again. Suffering cabin fever

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    1. I completely understand Susie! I have been quite stir crazy for a while now.

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  10. Good Morning Dear Poets!

    My muse was amused by the photo today, so I had to swim to the surface and catch a verse or two.

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    1. Hello Truedessa it is wonderful to see you here! Glad you swam on over.

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  11. It's become Sunday evening here before I had some time to write. Looking forward for some time to read when the kids are in bed. :-)

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    1. So glad you join us RedCat heading over to read yours now.

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  12. I'll be back to read, I promise!

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    1. It is wonderful to see you here Susan! I hope your week is going okay and you are staying safe.

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  13. qbit, look in your spam folder for my comment, as usual. I am the spam spork in the gears, it seems.

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