Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Reflections of the day





Invisible thoughts,
fed by concealed visions,
dance through fields
of slowly dying embers,
as fleeting words
find their way home
and settle in your heart,
while others
disappear into an echo.


picture: http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs6/i/2005/056/f/1/Echo_by_trinity_77.jpg




69 comments:

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  2. i dont know which says more about us the ones we keep or the ones we let fade...

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  3. That's the problem with "fleeting words" - they often find their way to their mark and yet others disappear without a trace. But the ones remembered are usually the ones that leave a mark - and not in a good way.

    You are too seldom here - I miss you when you absent yourself from here - and from me.

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  4. Beautiful Shadow, I was so glad to see you back. I hope you enjoyed your summer. take care.

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  5. this leaves me wanting....

    and wondering



    xxx

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  6. ...and they flicker somewhere
    deep within that part of you
    that can only hear
    the whispers in your sleep...

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  7. a truly beutiful post.......vry well said coz some wrds only reaches while many odrs jst disappear......

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  8. your words always have this soft sadness about them.When first read, the meanings do not fully sink in, just the images which pushes me to read them over again that was truly fascinating

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  9. A nice reflection. I've missed you Shadow!

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  10. That photo is amazing!

    ...as is your language.

    I think of the mythology character "Echo", the doomed nymph of the forest, who chatted incessantly as young girls do. She was cursed by always having the last word, and only the last word, never being able to speak for herself, or speak first.

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  11. magnificent words, dear lady - and an absolutely perfect image for them - come on over to one of my campfires and warm your spirits when you have a chance and the inclination! have a glorious day!

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  12. Fleeting words are the problem here. The one that leaves a stain is most remembered. Human tendency!

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  13. after so long u have been here
    loved to read u again :)
    pic is beautiful
    the words fleeting and the words persisting ;
    how dey make us d persons we are bt the fleeting ones are may be sometimes d ones which could have saved us

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  14. So simple, yet so meaningful. You are amazing, Shadow.

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  15. I've missed You,
    welcome back,
    it's beautuful!
    xoxo

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  16. "disappear into an echo"

    Took my breath away...

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  17. I too have missed you and you are obviously back in all your "word glory". Beautiful post.

    PG

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  18. Glad that you're back. Miss you when you're gone!!

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  19. It is so clear that you have great control over words. I'm speechless :)

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  20. Shadow thank you for posting your self once again. Blessings dear one. One that touches the heart.

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  21. Once again dear Shadow, you've taken my breath away with your thoughts...this one, like all others, is just simply amazing.

    Sept....coming soon....I can't wait for you to post either here, or in my comments, just how well you did!!!! I KNOW you'll do a super job. [and I'm getting excited]

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  22. Hi Shadow, I like that you talk about words, some we keep and some we give away. The thoughts are our very own.

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  23. I'm always pulled into a metaphysical place when I read the brief but powerful pieces you write.

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  24. fantastic, well written. great piece my friend

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  25. I've thought about this a lot lately as I've realized how many things I've forgotten while at the same time keeping hold so many items of minutia

    Makes me wonder how to best make sure I'm keeping hold of the best memories

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  26. Beautiful, as always!

    interesting wv:careerse - careers -
    Your career is writing, shadow!

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  27. You have such a knack for finding mystique within the ordinary.

    Love & Rockets

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  28. I would love to fade away into the echo sometime...Just to see how it would feel.I love your writing,Shadow.Thanks for sharing.xo

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  29. Hi Shadow :) Long time no see...it is good to visit you here!
    Beautiful words, beautiful picture...thank you.
    Hugs and Love to You, Shadow. I've missed visiting your blog and hearing your voice while I've been away.
    xo
    Kelly

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  30. All I have to say is, "WOW!" That was seriously breath-taking for me.

    I'm glad to see you back again, Shadow. Your poetry always makes me think in ways I've never thought possible.

    You're a real poet, so write on!

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  31. Too many thought have been slipping out these days on this old mind. I am starting to write things down so I won't forget...

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  32. Beautiful and thought-provoking. My mind is moving in many directions with this piece.

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  33. Prefer those words I can catch, understand, and allow to rest in the womb of my heart.

    But i WILL go after those reflected words also, those echos to wherever they have spun, and bring them to my circle of love.

    That's the way i wish to see this! And I thought SURELY i commented here days ago, but, well, Hmmmmm?
    Love ya, V.

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  34. "Invisible thoughts, fed by concealed visions"...

    what a beautiful line.

    and a powerful ending,
    "...while others disappear into an echo."

    i could think about these lines for hours.

    smiles,

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  35. Oh this is beautiful Shadow. I am glad to have stopped by. Love it
    Linda

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  36. simple beauty.

    j'et adore

    xoxo

    ineedtorememberlove.blogspot.com

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  37. Interesting.

    Only a few words we remember, all others we forget...

    beautifully conveyed.

    Cheers
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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  38. Hi sugar......glad yer herabouts agin'.........

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  39. Your poetry is always so beautiful. I like the thought of the kind words resting in the heart, and harsh ones disappearing into an echo xJ

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  40. Wow, what a bold phrase.
    I just stumbled across your blog... definate follow. :)

    x

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  41. This has such quiet beauty...love it, Shadow.

    and missed you!

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  42. just wonderful to stop by as always, you manage to put the best thoughts into wonderful reflections.

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  43. I really like this article and all other articles of the blog . your writings are great.

    Please visit my blog on spirituality and follow it.

    http://hrudayam-theinnerjourney.blogspot.com/

    Thanks
    vijay
    India

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  44. words disapearing into an echo'' is so very fascinating!

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  45. Shads
    always a joy to read your beautiful portraits. something sad about echos, ain't there?
    love~rick

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  46. My dear Shadow....words are powerful....period!!! 'Nough said. And your compositions of work/words is always outstanding!! You know that without us telling you tho.

    PS..you have an email from me. If you don't see it in your inbox, check your spam folder. I can't wait for your reply!!!! :o)

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  47. still wanting and still wondering...


    have a great weekend sweetheart...

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    God Bless You ~Ron

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  49. Lovely. I love that picture too. Rainbow colors in rain drops.

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  51. Such a lovely post..thanks for sharing dear.. :))

    Best Regards,
    Sam..

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  52. moving words.

    http://youcanfacetodaybecausehelives.blogspot.com

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  53. Hi Shadow, just to let you know I am back blogging again. I've missed your lovely works and words. See u around. Blessings.

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  54. It has been quite a while I did not have the chance to step by this wonderful blog.
    Your poetry keeps being incredibly deep and well written. Congratulations for writing so amazingly

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  55. Beautiful words.

    http://youcanfacetodaybecausehelives.blogspot.com/

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  56. Shadow, haven't heard a peep from you in so long...I hope you are ok. I'm thinking about you and sending you loving energy.

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  57. Oh, this takes my breath away. Beautiful. Love it!



    Melanie

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  59. Shadow, this is a lovely poem to go quiet with. I wonder where you are, what you're doing. Your friends miss you. Like everyone else, I send warm thoughts.
    Chris

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  60. i think (know) I just love you! Been following from the start (of my time) and although, gaps fall, never an apology...

    yet when you arise, you BRING it! and I just adore that...

    I find it staying true to what is. and that is a comfort in and of itself.

    beautiful words, as always. off to stalk you some more :)

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  61. I am jealous when someone can say so much and use so few words. It is a talent that I have not mastered.

    Well done.

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