lunes, 12 de octubre de 2009

Talisman

















All hangings descent

Bare wall
Shows a talisman




I think all the things we keep have in some degree a "talisman" connotation. Sometimes the talisman does not belong to our possessions but is born from the hazard.

18 comentarios:

Vita Stunder dijo...

Beautiful poem :)

gautami tripathy dijo...

So true..

solidified

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anthonynorth dijo...

Loved that. Nicely done.

Jim dijo...

Sandra, you are good! Even knots in the wall boards can be special.
Isn't it weird to what all we attach?
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Tumblewords: dijo...

How true this is - wonderfully well written!

zoya gautam dijo...

Sometimes the talisman does not belong to our possessions but is born from the hazard

thank u for a fine poem ..

if dijo...

Jim...when I was a child my myopia has not yet been discovered and I enjoyed watching the distorted marks on the wall.....that was like an entertainment talisman

moe lauher dijo...

the slightest thing we latch upon
can be a taliman of sorts

wonderful photo and poem

SandyCarlson dijo...

I agree with you. This is a wonderful piece.

fourwindshaiga dijo...

Perfect!

Tammie Lee dijo...

wonderful thought and poem ~

Pam dijo...

Beautiful.

Neha Sahi Saigal dijo...

a talisman is born... powerful!

Patti dijo...

Nicely doen and so tru- some of life's perfections are born form the imperfections~

Jim dijo...

Thank you, Sandra, for sharing with me. The first time after getting her some eye glasses, my older daughter said to me, "Look, I can see the man on the moon. There really is one!"
I developed nearsightedness around age 40. Later I had an accident with my eye punctured and now I do not need glasses.
I do hope that you now have corrected vision to make seeing normal or near normal.
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Heliotropism dijo...

This is so true!!

if dijo...

thanks Jim...your daughter is also a poet...:)

Carlos Gesmundo dijo...

Treasures in unlikely places ...