Monday, March 11, 2013

Oceanography


     Image: Meal Beach, Burra Isles, Shetland by Robin Gosnall

No matter the sparkles,
or what reflects off the surface,
you are deep
and deep
and deep.


Written for The Mag weekly writing prompt.  Check it out.

28 comments:

  1. love it! love it love it love it. Oh the juxtaposition and mystery of the ocean! how well you capture it. Depth and simplicity: that cryptic combination speaks not only of the ocean but of your piece here. well done!

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  2. As long as you give the cat some water wings, he'll go deep

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  3. ha. it is often what is beneath the surface...and below what glitters that is most important as well...smiles.

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  4. Beautiful
    deeply romantic

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  5. And deep? This is a great use of repetition, Mary.

    (No, not that Mary, the Other Mary.)

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  6. I would love receiving this poem from someone.
    I guess that means I like it!

    =)

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  7. Skin deep...oh, this is so much more...lovely...

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  8. You capture the ocean with these well chosen words. I have begun to write poetry recently.

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  9. Unfathomable deep. This flows over...

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  10. Sounds as though a life lived well, and a love that runs on forever more!

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  11. Thank you all for reading and commenting. I've visited your blogs and read your lovely work too! Cheers!

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  12. Deep and deep- indeed! I enjoyed this- thanks Mary!

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  13. A lovely, lovely, lovely from me too. It is lovely!

    Anna :o]

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  14. This was unexpected and profound. Loved this.

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  15. Not fickle the sea, she is infinite. I always enjoy brief to the point poems :)

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  16. Innovative, imaginative, perceptive...

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  17. Thank you all - I have been reading and commenting on your pieces as well!

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  18. I just happened upon this one, Mary. Your words are simple and beautiful, like the photo. I particularly like the repeat at the end.

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