Simultaneity is today’s Napowrimo topic
The Definition of Simultaneity is the relation between two events assumed to be happening at the same time in a frame of reference. According to Einstein’s theory of relativity,simultaneity is not an absolute relation between events; what is simultaneous in one frame of reference will not necessarily be simultaneous in another.
The silver ringed the moon
uniform, shiny squares line my brain
“it’s going to rain tomorrow”
the empty line was endless
what an unusual glow on my ring finger
monochrome seems to work
“my mind never makes sense anymore”
stars won’t get in tonight’s way
It’s too dark in my mind
all because of the silver ringed moon
Poetry doesn’t always make sense but sometimes it helps clarify the questions in your mind.
This poem is written in honor to the Alzheimer’s patients whom I dearly love and respect.
Beckoned to the mystery
something I might dread
there has to be something
behind the hallway of my head
my finger shudders, lingers
on THE button slowly now
once I press it “Open”
“Close” may not be allowed
my hand makes the decision
reason swirls with dismay
one thing I can tell you
I’ll never be the same
If I told you what I found there
you’d be in a tangle too
but I signed a special paper
you’ll wish in part you knew
the question now arises
where am I am I not
if you knew the answer
you’d stand to lose alot
Wishing all the Poet’s United folks a happy Wednesday and Happy Thanksgiving (for those who are celebrating) and thanks Sumana for the prompt “Hyperbole.”
Nuts and bolts
fall’s remnants hide new growth
I dont know about you but I am still dealing with (last year’s) leaves that are covering new spring growth.
Its symbolic of my life at the moment.
So how is spring turning out for you or fall if you are in the southern hemisphere?
monument stands alone
once full to the brim
The prompt at Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge is Abandoned or Alone
no matter the size
many shores they have walked
carry a purpose
The prompt at Cee’s Black and White Photography Challenge is Feet or Shoes
Beauty in art is often nothing but ugliness subdued
Ese’s challenge this week is Ugliness. Your view of ugly in these photographs may be different from the view of another.
touched by the wind
storm waves part our path in two
left to walk alone
Kristjaan at Carpe Diem has done a lovely job of sharing a picture of kigo Nowaki and in the process has taken a walk in the storm with Basho. Enjoy Nowaki inspirations here
Photography: Monterey Sands in black and white © L. Moon
“My sorrow,when she’s here with me, thinks these dark days of autumn rain are beautiful as days can be. she loves the bare, the withered tree, she walks the sodden pasture lane.” ~Robert Frost
This Week’s picture and quote prompt provided by Ese is bare. Autumn a fitting time for bare and black and white.
Photography the copyrighted work of L. Moon 2013