Singular Moment

Afterglow by Elizabeth Crawford

bloom joy flex overcome moon reflect
loon tense wrinkle time present face

For the Sunday Whirl: wordle #473
https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/

In this present but tense
wrinkle of time,
bloom of moon’s reflection
overcomes face of dark waters,
and call of a single loon
brings a flex of joy
in knowing I

am not alone.

Elizabeth Crawford 9/13/2020

Note: I’ve been away far too long, but when I saw this list of words they immediately began to dance, daring me to join them. Image is a digital painting done several years ago.

 

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Loves words and language. Dances on paper to her own inner music. Loves to share and keeps several blogs to facilitate that. They can be found here: https://1sojournal.wordpress.com/ https://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/ http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/
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5 Responses to Singular Moment

  1. Sherry Marr says:

    Oh, this is BEAUTIFUL, and uplifting. Very needed right now. I am writing a series of dirges about the wildfires….your poem is good medicine.

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  2. neil reid says:

    I am especially fond of your “afterglow” graphic here. So many stories hinted at seeing. By chance an article of science/art I found today and think you will appreciate more than most. Be well.

    https://artthescience.com/blog/2019/03/13/creators-joseph-carr/?utm_campaign=newsletter-09-06-2020&utm_source=email&utm_medium=knowable-newsletter

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  3. 1sojournal says:

    Thanks Neil, both for the read and the comment. I did read the article and although I was a failure at science, I loved all the images and was completely drawn in….

    Elizabeth

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  4. That is such an uplifting way to see oneself, rather than alone in our world of “craziness”. I love the line “And a call of a single loon”. I can hear it!

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  5. 1sojournal says:

    Thank you Stine Writing. For some reason, the cry of a loon has always made me think of the function of radar. In my mind that call reaches out seeking a response and I love it.

    Elizabeth

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