Sunday, 17 January 2016

Magpie Tales...No.302



look down
between her being and her soul.
fathom depths
deep
and reflective.
her heart has been
outgrown, split. splintered.
trace the hollow of a thought,
faded stripes
ripple the air
time cracks. dried. shadowed.
Lime plaster, a pale chalk pink
dusts her feet. Still.

KD 17/1/16

I wrote this  poem  in a homage to the way Bowie wrote at times...I cut it up and rearranged the lines ( he sometimes wrote his lyrics like this)...don't ask me what it means usually I have no clue!
The others are here.


13 comments:

  1. It's a list poem and very much like Bowie's writing! Perfect for the prompt. Hugs!

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  2. Nice tribute to Bowie his lyrics were unique and his thought process complex yet compelling.

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  3. It's perfect and a fine reflection on David.

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  4. Thanks for sharing your (or Bowie's) technique. It turned out beautifully.

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  5. I do not know who Bowie is frankly until I goggled him. But, I certainly liked this poetic reference

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  6. I felt from the opening line, the more I read the deeper I got in her thoughts and core. That is an effective way to engage reader into the woman's reasoning.

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  7. "The hollow of thought"...I love that line....so many beautiful ones in this Kay!

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