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March 04, 2007


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Well done!
Recognize the superstition, aknowledge it's lore, and wash it away poeticalll while witness a marvelous phenomenom.


First of all the photo is very impressive, we didn't even bother trying, knowing it wouldn't come out.

I like the poem, it fits perfectly with last night's event and the prompt. We were talking about the exact thing as we were gazing up at the sky last night; what would people have thought millennia ago...


KG, Nice to meet you! I loved your poem and your amazing picture. Funny that next weeks theme for Poetry Thursday is "red."


lovely poem. it was too cloudly to see the eclipse where i live, but your picture does it fine justice.


Beautiful poem. I am sure that you were inspired to write based on the magnificant sight you photographed.

Kimberley McGill

Your poem enchanted me - I think "superstition" "myth" etc. add poetry to our life. Very well done!


excellent, loved the regression to fearful ignorance. good piece.


Everyone — You are all crucial parts of a supportive, insightful, creative, able, inspired writers community. I am honored to have recently become a member of it. Thank you so much.

jason evans

Great picture! Thanks for sharing it.

This was my favorite line:

Liquid rust which disappeared our feet

Great imagery.


Hi Jason — Thanks for your feedback! Judging from the title of your blog alone, I can see why you like the photo. ;)


Simply beautiful!


Thanks, Gautami.

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