Saturday, May 13, 2017

Resting against unexpected backdrops

The unexpected backdrop -- whether the time of day and the ensuing sky or a marimba as couch. Think of bright-hued peppers in a salad of predominate green.  Or words which surprise across pristine white sheets.  You get the idea.  Perhaps, resting is more active than the eye takes in.  Is the I ever at rest?  Oops, did I mean "eye?"

1 comment:

  1. Surfaces

    In the darkened room, only a slight rush of air
    the window is open but the world is still
    and so light must complete the circle--
    what faraway voice says her name so softly?