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10 July 2011

tessellating time

Photograph by Neil Alexander  

tessellating time
dissipating movement
twisting through the hues
of breathing in
and breathing out
eyes parked perched
in their sultry 
sentry sockets
in the stillness 
of  liquid
in the hush 
of the flow


offered as part of the penultimate One Shot Sunday over at One Stop Poetry   

 

8 comments:

Claudia said...

i like the words you use...tesselating time...eyes parked perched in their sultry ...gives a fine flow and feels good on the tongue when speaking it loudly

dustus said...

Smooth poem that appropriately ends on the word flow. Great title and command of language.

Jinksy said...

twisting through the hues
of breathing in
and breathing out


One of the spaces in between...

Brian Miller said...

whew...nice flow, i agree with claudia on the lines that do it for me...very well played

Mama Zen said...

Great sense of fluid movement!

C Rose said...

Lyrical and smooth, much enjoyed ~ Rose

Reflections said...

Very smooth... loved it!

gautami tripathy said...

Great flow...


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