2.27.2015

Silver-Tongued

Winter
blue begets blue,
metallic warms to black,
pregnant & revelatory
Color.

Music in the Imaginary Garden: Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Time (The Revelator)

13 comments:

  1. Love the use of color, Marian and this form.

    Thank you for the challenge!

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  2. Pregnant and revelatory color that warms to....spring! Yay!

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  3. Sherry, I do hope that's where it is leading. Blue leads to blue I understand and I am so read for revelatory color. Nice Marian

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  4. Oh yes.. so much grey yet so bring me the color.

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  5. Ha. Lovely and succinct and crisp. And promising! Thanks. k.

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  6. Yes, we need color in a world drowning in black and white.

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  7. What color, what dolor is this winter's dress anyway? It gives birth to what's deepest in the mind ... is, well, revelatory. You nailed it.

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  8. The colours of winter are singular, and time must seem to stand still when every day looks the saem.

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  9. There comes a time after the blue, metalic and black when we yearn for color. And then it comes.

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  10. And it seems snow begets snow....

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  11. Oh my, I love the way the title feeds into the first line. "Silver-tongued winter." That's gorgeous. ~Plum

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  12. new computer, can't get the sound to work. used to love GW; hope to get it fixed soon.

    cool pen ~

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