Tuesday, July 29, 2008

faces

faced with challenges
under the guise of a smile
memento morifrom afar, your warmth
hidden under marble mask
slips as i draw nearcaptured in content
time slips through centuries
holding your smile

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one single impression

11 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

These lines capture the mysterious experience of art:

captured in content
time slips through centuries
holding your smile

Thank you.

zoya gautam said...

captured in content
time slips through centuries
holding your smile_lovely_(appropriate graphics}_essays on love and faces
..many thanks..

gardenpath said...

Your faces are timeless and beautiful. Lovely.

Raven said...

What lovely photos. I can't help wondering what that first little cherub is up to. Looks like no good to me. I especially like the third haiku that sandy and zoya mentioned. Very beautiful.

paisley said...

i have an amazing fascinations with all things icon... even tho i haven't been to church in forever,, and really find no proof there ever really was a god... the feeling i get,, when i stare into the eyes of an icon tho speaks volumes,, and need no god to move me....

this was a lovely...

lissa said...

lovely photos, they go well with your words

teric said...

I love the way you use the photos to follow along.

April said...

Your poetry is beautiful - the faces are wonderful and peaceful.

Joyce said...

I enjoyed your haikus, and the art as well.

jack sender said...

calm and beautiful.

christine said...

Lovely how the sculptures inspired your spiritual poems. Beautiful photos too.