Sunday, August 19, 2012

Grounded

Under Windsor Bridge, 1912, by Adolphe Valette
Courtesy of The Mag

grounded, the man
bides time
caramel fog the layer
of descent
hope, a bridge
to heaven

24 comments:

Tess Kincaid said...

Delicious caramel fog...

Daydreamertoo said...

Ooo... Very deep. Hope a bridge to Heaven... Loved that caramel fog too :)

Kathe W. said...

Well done! I like the idea of "Hope a brdge to Heaven"

zongrik said...

that's very hopeful!! most people got depressed or at least negative about this pic

under windsor bridge senryu

Brian Miller said...

sometimes you have to bide that time for hope to break through...smiles...

Rene Foran said...

Beautiful. The waiting.

Mary said...

Indeed hope IS a bridge to heaven, I think.

Eva Gallant said...

Don't know which I like better: the idea of a caramel fog, or the concept of an actual bridge to heaven.

flipside records said...

I think this is my favorite magpie today.

I LOVE this:

"caramel fog the layer
of descent"

AMAZING.

Trellissimo said...

What a pensive Mag you have written here...

sreeja harikrishnan said...

oh really very deep.....

Old Ollie said...

yes caramel fog - so nice

izzy said...

Caramel and hope do go together!Nice-

Helen said...

Beautiful poem ... simply elegant.

(caramel cremes my downfall)

Dulce said...

descent hope.... to heaven. Great imagagery

Little Nell said...

Caramel fog - wonderful description.

Sue said...

Love that caramel fog...

=)

Kutamun said...

Hope the runway is reopened soon !

Linda said...

I am totally stuck with the man in the caramel fog!! So sensual. I love the traveling aspect, that could be an airport and I love your brilliance. Thank you for sharing, Laurie.

The Bug said...

I agree with Eva - and now I have a craving a caramel sundae...

Buddah Moskowitz said...

You captured the allure of fog for me. Excellent!

Karen S. said...

A most delicious fog!

Tumblewords: said...

Delicious - love the caramel fog and the bridge of hope...

SilverGardenia said...

I like the bridge to heaven. Beautiful poem.