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Monday, June 1, 2009

green barley bends -
I think of wooded hills
on a coastline

5 comments:

Dennis Tomlinson said...

In the first line here I am trying to convey the real scene in front of me. The following lines open out into an imaginary landscape, suggested by the irregular shape of the crop. But you might see it differently!

Alan Summers said...

That first line is fantastic.

It might be experiential, but it's also abstract on another level.

Wonderful!

Dennis Tomlinson said...

Thanks for your support too, Alan!

Möme said...

Great shift in place (from current scenery into another, imaginary space) and, maybe, also in time? A particular place? A memory? Interesting!

Dennis Tomlinson said...

Purely from the imagination!