Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Spirits Aflame

otherwise trying to reach the starred cosmos
feeling sparks when touched in isolation
perfect lights bright at dawns repose
enters magical night streaks endures
rolls some more gains across encrusting
stardust firing spirits aflame
with a passionate verve
blending mixtures
of matter and particled atoms
merging vibrating speeds
pulsating
solar winds breath
synthesized clustering
in gravitational fields
events horizon
falling into black holes
time stands
starbursts supernova
harmonized
in perfect
is the only flight there is

33 comments:

  1. really beautiful imagery in this...what a wonderful universe all the wonders to behold...the birsth as brilliant as the deaths...you capture a bit of that here...

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    1. thanks so much Brian - really means a lot - hugs lib

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    2. and from nothing there is something so wonderful - dVersepoets -

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  2. you definitely captured some of the magic of this photo with your passionate imagery, !!

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  3. nice..love how your words match so well with the picture...lots of beauty and energy in our universe...isn't it..

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    1. thanks so much Claudia - there surely is - hugs lib

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  4. Wow...love the imagery & beauty of this...the universe is amazing...lovely write, Lib :) xo

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    1. thankyou Lou, I'm really pleased you enjoyed :) hugs Lib

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  5. This is ironic, because I am just about to watch a documentary on the Hubble space telescope...your poem was a wonderful prelude!

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    1. wow! you were mean't to read, synchronicity, hope you enjoy it Timoteo - sounds so interesting - hgs Lib

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  6. Beautiful imagery in this, Lib. Wonderful poem.xo

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    1. thank you Ayala, that's so lovely to hear - hgs Lib

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  7. The beauty and creative impulse of the universe flowing through your words.

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    1. that's so kind Anna, thankyou so much - hgs Lib

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    1. ty Laurie - Brightest wishes - Lib

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  9. You struck a match, Lib, and from that fecund imagination of yours created an aurora borealis of beauty in poem form. Really beautifully executed!

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    1. thanks so much Jacquie :)) I'm really so delighted to hear that - huge hugs and love x x Lib

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  10. Magical colliding of light and stars ~ Lovely title and picture too ~

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  11. The colors of all the elements stretch beyond a rainbow into spectrums our eyes cannot see but our senses can feel. The jewels of atoms lighting up the sky and beyond our atmosphere, we are sent postcards by a computer-telescope named Hubble! You caught all the motion, color, and effect in one. Brava!

    And thank you so much for your kind words on my blog and on twitter. You always make me so happy!

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    1. Oh that's gorgeous Gay thankyou so much :))
      I'm so pleased to hear that
      - makes me happy too - and to know I make you happy is all I could wish - huge hugs and love Lib x x

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    2. Oh that's so gorgeous Gay and so lovely to hear :)) I'm really pleased - and to know I make you happy is more than I could ever wish <3 - hugs and love Lib

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  12. Out in the cosmos you go and certaintly a vivid image show!

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    1. here I go Pat on winged star :)) zoommm - Lib

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  13. Lots of colours, atmosphere and beauty in your words, perfectly complimenting the picture.

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  14. Time before time's end and from the death a new beginning. I love the cyclic nature of our heavenly abode and you've captured it so well here.

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    1. you're very kind - thankyou - Lib

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  15. Your words are painting the picture right out the frame :)

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    1. Oh abi that's so lovely to hear - hugs Lib

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  16. You do paint so well with words--gorgeous writing!

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