Posted on May 6, 2015
by Elan Mudrow
Category: PoetryTags: Author, Creativity, Life, Poem, Poetry, Study, Workspace, Writer, Writing
Lovely, well done!
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Surely chaos precedes creation. Blessings on your many seeds.
That would be great!
I really liked ‘The Seeds That affirm me’. I’m going to try and re-blog it.
Shared to google+. Thanks!
Reblogged this on beyondtheflow and commented:
For anyone who has accept the world of “clutter” and calls it home and also needs a quiet place to write amidst life’s chaos, this is for you xx Rowena
This is some seriously gorgeous writing. You are really talented. I read it twice and I am still in awe.
Brilliant! All of your poems are. The tone of this one speaks to me. I totally dig it! Cheers `
I’m cluttered. I would use Ellington to shield me from it and the outside world whilst studying. the device is just wonderful and the user so serious.
This is a great poem!
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your amazing! 💗 it
“Poems hide in roots.” Lovely idea.Your poem makes me want to do some gardening to find one.
This made my blood run cold–in a good way. I feel clutter physically and, like a zombie killer, I want to destroy it.
What a treat! A peek inside that lovely head!
This is me!
Your work shows Me that You Understand…It is destructively beautiful once the entirety of its context is taken into account. “Those who did not learn from history will forever be doomed to repeat it”, which is where we are headed, as a society…because You Understand…Thank You!
Beautiful words, well done!
Thanks Jane. I love the pic of the cow you use.
I find myself working too hard trying to say something which will sound intelligent. So I’m giving up. Here’s what I’ve got: I absolutely love this. I love the endless magical potentials waiting to come to life.
The Hits just keep coming ! One of your best.
I could use one of those. Great work as usual, Elan.
Wow … the descriptions are almost haunting in some way …
You’ve hit upon why I included that photo. The focus of concentration can be a distraction. Irony.
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I really enjoyed this – the images complement the piece quite nicely. The “Isolator” image made me wonder if having something like that would actually help me get more work done, or whether I would just find new ways to distract myself by fiddling with it.
Like the picture at the top of page. Takes me back to the old sci-fi flicks I used to watch on black & white TV growing up. The poetry was great, the picture just added to the experience!
Beautiful poeming… I’ve reblogged!
Reblogged this on The Rattling Bones and commented:
Wow! This is some gorgeous poeming! The word play is amazing! Read and enjoy!
You must have been to my house with that description. Love it
Very well written. It is amazing how you captured this the way you did. Wonderful…
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