Zvaella Deiventart

Zvaella Deiventart

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43 Responses to Published

  1. Bushka says:

    Superb image….Superb reflection! 😉


  2. Nimmi says:

    Beautiful!! 🙂


  3. Erin K. says:

    “Hearing you beneath my shoe”–nailed it! Wonderful sensory images.


  4. BeeHappee says:

    loved the last three lines.


  5. wernerbjorn says:

    I really enjoyed reading your poem.


  6. spedbug says:

    “If my wet mouth
    Quenched you
    I would kiss you
    With sugar saliva
    Until your skin revives”



  7. Red Tree says:

    You have wrapped autumn in poetry. Beautiful.


  8. wwwpalfitness says:

    Wonderful, thank you for sharing. 🙂


  9. Harbour Admin says:

    As the others said, superb poem. I adore these lines:

    “I stepped cautiously

    Hearing you beneath

    My shoe, upon your spine

    I searched for strength…”

    Brilliant imagery!


  10. Heather says:

    Never disappointed in your creativity. This is am autumn gem 🙂


  11. Majka says:

    Beautiful poem, amazing picture!

    Liked by 1 person

  12. eonserotica says:

    This is absolutely superb. I’ve read it again and again… wonderful words, intense imagery, visceral visions. Can’t click like often enough for this one.


  13. Robyn Haynes says:

    Beautiful imagery and your words evoked a deep melancholy in me.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Gail says:

    The last three lines are very special. I actually said ‘ahhh’….


  15. Great commentary on our condition.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Roo's Muse says:

    I like this intriguing, insightful and somehow romantic poetry. Well done!


  17. Bonnie says:

    I really like this part:

    “…An aging, mingled

    With every smaller

    Wobble of the globe…”


  18. vivachange77 says:

    Wonderful imagery. i’m glad there are still beetles and caterpillars in the end.


  19. vivachange77 says:

    Your poetry speaks a language all its own. Your images lead me to see ordinary things in a different way. Prose just doesn’t do it to say how much I enjoy reading your blog so I have nominated you for the Creative Blogger Award. See below:…ng-a-new-thing/


  20. frankpovah says:

    Loved this one Elan. For you, my own inadequate comments on an “ugly fall”, written while living in Kentucky: “Every now and then the wind brings to the Daniel Boonery – the patch of remnant forest that guards the hill – a foretaste of what’s to come and its trees respond with a collective shudder, shedding worn fragments of summer’s glory in showers of brown and ochre, grave clothes for the butterflies that just a few short weeks ago danced in their hundreds over our hillside medder.”


  21. skat says:

    Wow. And those last three lines especially are so vivid and memorable.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. poetryshack says:

    Very captivating 😊 and love that photo!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Joyful2bee says:

    Such captivating imagery!! You have a true gift!

    Liked by 1 person

  24. cricketmuse says:

    Photo composition is exceptional.


  25. erinonphyre says:

    This is absolutely stunning. Poetic prose at its best 🙂


  26. atrmws says:

    Fall Fell Haiku
    by atrmws

    Fall fell, hurt its knee
    From golden leaves made plasters
    Fast it was to heal


  27. “Hearing you beneath

    My shoe, upon your spine”
    Chilling, beautiful and haunting at the same time!


  28. I too especially liked these lines: I stepped cautiously

    Hearing you beneath

    My shoe, upon your spine
    …Thanks for following me today. I am so glad your ‘follow’ led me to find you. I am already a fan of your poetry.


  29. Slavomir Almajan says:

    Reblogged this on Slavomir Almajan's Blog.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Ad Dawg says:

    Tasty & So very sweet!
    Also, thanks for visiting my blog and liking “My Mountain of Imagination” post. I really appreciate it.

    Liked by 1 person

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