Monday, October 11, 2010

Monday Potluck ~ Diametrically opposed...

Jingle Poetry











This photo is a collaboration
between my friend bowlofstars 
and myself. If you follow the link
in his name you'll find a piece of 
his poetry.
It will be well worth your time. :)










Diametrical Beauty  -  October


half a world away, a northern autumn moon shivers
in anticipation of winter's plans to cover her hills
and valleys in a cold white blanket

leaves dance and swirl to the gusts of fall winds,
blowing away the residue of summer's exhausted
heat faded days

and while the breath of the north wind is preparing
to freeze its lands and seas, a startling southern sun
begins to warm a path to the water's edge

hungry waves cover shallow footprints like watery
hands, as the sea rushes back into itself with its
imagined catch

blue skies and fluffy clouds ruffled by a gentle
spring breeze watch lazy waves coax summer out
of her long sleep.


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Love,

Eaton

18 comments:

  1. My friend,
    you shock me with this poem and the snow image...
    magical piece...
    well done!

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  2. I loved the image and then I loved the verse.. so beautiful... thanks for sharing...

    Check out my submission for Poetry Potluck .. if you like and have time...

    http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2010/05/shadow-dancing-with-mind-monday-morning.html


    जय दुर्गा जी, जय काली माँ
    Jai Durga ji, Jai Kali Ma
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay
    http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com

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  3. Beautiful words and images evoked and so very true - one area faces the impending cold, the other the unfolding of the warmth.

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  4. http://buttercup600.wordpress.comOctober 11, 2010 at 8:57 PM

    Wonderful imagery made me feel in the moment...awesome write and thanks so much for linking with Potluck xx

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  5. What a beautiful verse!!
    Very deep and Intense- just what I enjoy reading and writing!!

    A wonderful Blog template that you have- the serene images at the sidebar ensure readers getting enticed to your world of writing..
    Very beautifully clicked!!

    Loads of Love
    xoxox

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  6. The North with the cold, and the South warming up. Your poem creates a beautiful picture of the world. Your template is also pleasing. Love both.

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  7. Eaton, I'm in love with this. Wonderful! Good job. One to read and reread.

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  8. Beautifully written words!
    Pamela

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  9. Love the photos! Thx for stopping by my blog. :)

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  10. beautiful combination/photo and words;)

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  11. I really enjoyed how you juxtapositioned the contrasting beauty of the two hemispheres. Sometimes we're so egocentric that we forget to recall that down under autumn is not the same. Loved it and wonderfully written.

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  12. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/10/18/get-well-wishes-4-riika-and-leo/


    please help pay a visit to riika and leo today to wish them well..
    Thanks a ton.
    u rock!
    Happy Monday!
    .

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  13. This is just the nicest piece Eaton!! It's music to my ears..lovely and inspiring~ just what I needed today:)

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  14. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/6244/
    Three awards for you, I value your participation at Jingle poetry during past weeks, hope to see you again tonight. Our theme is love and romance, have fun sharing! xxx

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  15. http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/the-celebrate-poet-of-september-award-nomination-announcement/

    how are you?
    please vote when you have a moment,

    you are nominated, automatically, u win 1 vote,
    when you vote for other poets, u win another vote for yourself,

    thanks for the attention.

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  16. "and while the breath of the north wind is preparing
    to freeze its lands and seas, a startling southern sun
    begins to warm a path to the water's edge"

    Like food for the soul. Beautiful!

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  17. The contrasts are so well brought out here!! And the images do complete justice to the awesome imagery translated into words! WEll done, my friend..

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  18. lovely piece Eaton
    love the contrast in the picture and the reflection in your words

    smiles from the Moon

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Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright
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