"I am hearing poetry when awake, dreaming poetry when asleep, breathing poetry with each breath, I am living in a poem."

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Spinning




15 comments :

Kathryn said...

Hope your daughters surgery goes well, great prompt to ponder on.

Kerry O'Connor said...

How often do we spin in the throes of love not heeding the absence of that safety net?

Sherry Blue Sky said...

That's the hardest thing about mother love - no damn safety net. May all go well, Susie. Thinking of your family.

Susan said...

Beautiful/scary to risk the edge without the safety net--in full knowledge that no net exists and going anyway. This act of faith and love has power. To answer Kerry's query: perhaps not often enough, perhaps too often. Prayers, Susie. This poem is Wonderful.

cosmos cami said...

This was very beautiful.
A great prompt.

The glitter image behind it was a nice touch.

Fireblossom said...

The title goes perfectly with this piece, with its implied danger and uncertainty.

Donna Smith said...

"Lightheaded from breathing the thin air of trust" - Love this and everything else in your poem. Such an amazing video prompt, too.

Ella said...

Beautiful! Blind faith to spin in glitter and wonder...

I hope your daughter's surgery went well~

Sam Edge Author said...

No net for sure. That's life

Helen said...

Everything about this is soul satisfying! (Sending warm get well soon wishes to Dawn)

Mama Zen said...

Beautiful, Susie. I was happy to hear (read) that your daughter's surgery went well.

De Jackson (WhimsyGizmo) said...

Gorgeous little piece, indeed!

grapeling said...

glad the surgery went well, Susie. great prompt and video - what a performer. your pen suits the inspiration well. most of the time, there is no net ~

Poet Laundry said...

Yes. You pack much into this little piece.

Wordifull Melanie said...

love "the thin air of trust"

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