Thursday, April 07, 2005

Motion

A perception
Of motion
Created

A perception
Of stillness
Recreated



The sound
Of motion
Muffled

The sound
Of stillness
Deafening


15 comments:

gulnaz said...

i like the beat of your poem, its almost like a heartbeat....of somene going further and further away from all that surrounds him.

Garrison Steelle said...

It moves

Zee said...

I was going to say the same thing. The rhythm is truly moving. Excellent!

PoeticMermaid said...

"The sound
Of stillness
Deafening"

Only a wise soul, only a wise soul A, could come up with this. I'm reading a book titled, "In Praise of Slowness", thanks to Ili's blog. It's interesting how Western religion views time as linear, where time is sand through an hourglass that will run out with death. In Eastern religion, time is reborn, constantly renewing it's self.

Loved this.

stan laurel said...

I love the visual aspect of this poem. It has motion and stillness together. Very effective.

livinghigh said...

how strange! i cud have sworn that I had commented on de earlier entry!!! ;-)
anyhow.. i love the picture u posted here.. gives an impression of SPEED to the words. ;-) niiiiice!

Geetanjali said...

Very rhythmic, very poetic. Loved the way you've played with oxymorons. And ofcourse as always your interpretation of the image!

jenn see said...

zoooooooooom. clickety clickety zoooooooooom.

. : A : . said...

gulnaz - Thanks for your thoughts on this. Very interesting and different from the way I thought about it.

Garrison Steelle - It does.

Zee, Geetanjali - Thanks.

PoeticMermaid - Interesting thoughts. I must pick up the book.

stan laurel, livinghigh - Mission accomplished! :-)

jenn see - :-)

Elixir said...

The feel of motion
Dazed
The feel of stillness
Elevated

. : A : . said...

Elixir - Ah, yes. That was a nice one!

J said...

This post was one of the nicest ones i've read or seen in a long time :)

. : A : . said...

J - Gee, thanks a lot! Look forward to seeing you again. :-)

sneha said...

wow. its a real beauty.
n i like...the sound of motion muffled...the sound of stillness deafening.

. : A : . said...

sneha - Thanks!