Thursday, September 9, 2010

Thursday September 9, 2010 Magpie Tale 31



Instructions
1) Write a poem or short vignette using the picture featured in this post as your inspiration. Feel free to take the photo to use for your post.

2) Link back to Magpie Tales from your post.

3) Sign up in the Mr. Linky list, linking directly to your post, AFTER you've posted.

3) Post your piece on your blog no later than 8:00 a.m. EST Tuesday.

Easy peasy free fun.



Trees reflected in the window,
Under the deep inky blue sky,
I am reminded,
The forest is so near, and there is
A hidden world, parallel to our own
And it..... continues.

29 comments:

willow said...

Beautiful thoughts, Annell. Yes, a hidden world, so parallel to our own!

Lyn said...

Ah yes, the hidden world got me too..well done!

Carrie Burtt said...

Annell this is brilliant and beautiful...i love it! :-)

Anonymous said...

I sometimes wish I was in that parallel hidden world - it all seems much nicer there

Suz said...

your pump is primed
wonderful poem
touching observation
and lingering words....!

Abhilasha-The Desire said...

As commented above as well, hidden world was an amzing thought, and i so wish to explore the other side as well... nice magpie

Annie said...

Endless as a New Mexico landscape under an equally endless sky.

Deborah said...

Lovely!

AmyLK said...

That's pretty!

cosmoscami said...

Funny. I didn't see the trees. Excellent observation and a beautiful bit of poetry.
a hidden world reflected...love this

Helen said...

This is a dreamy Magpie ... thanks for visiting. I must run .........

Brian Miller said...

but sometimes if we look out of the corner of our eyes we can see it and it is what inspires us...nice annell...

Susannah said...

I loved this, wonderful magpie. :-)

Martin H. said...

"..A hidden world, parallel to our own.." A clever line.

Stafford Ray said...

Beautiful. The reflection is parallel but the world is ours to be in and of and to take responsibility it continues.
Now for something completely different. What colour are you wearing to the ball?

Kristen Haskell said...

What a wonderful beginning to interesting story... I love it

Marilyn said...

I like this
"The forest is so near, and there is
A hidden world, parallel to our own"
it's a lovely thought.

Anonymous said...

A world, parallel to our own...

For some reason I can hear that as if spoken by Rod Serling. wow. (for the younger crowd, Rod Serling; as in THE TWILIGHT ZONE).

kathew said...

lovely and well put. Nice Magpie

Tumblewords: said...

Impressive. The progress of this is smooth and lovely.

SandyCarlson said...

Indeed, it does, amazing lady. Thanks for this.

Rinkly Rimes said...

The proximity of two worlds pleasantly expressed.

Reflections said...

The well hidden world, beautifully reflected.

Julie Jordan Scott said...

Yours is so peaceful. I wish I could have tapped into that when I wrote mine!

My Magpie for this week.

Rene/ Not The Rockefellers said...

This is beautiful
so well said, so briefly

yet layers upon layers...

Rene

C Hummel Kornell a/k/a C Hummel Wilson said...

Beautiful take on this. I like the idea that you focused on the reflection of the trees and not the ghost-like image. Well done!

signed...bkm said...

love the parallel worlds....great magpie..bkm

Dianne said...

Yes it does continue...

SandyCarlson said...

And it offers so much--dreams, mystery, hope. But can we step into that unknown? Your post makes me think of Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Brown" and the role of fear in our lives. How great to throw that off and just go!