“Celestial Configuration” dVerse Open Link #83

Bend words into perfection’s
sweetness, move moments trapped
beneath darkness while painting
colourful sailing patterns past

Time holds its hands on the clock.

Break bleakness, forget
those minutes in alliance, intervening
like demons who persevere
and judge discussions.

Embark on something less severe.

Bow curvatures of unsullied fruit,
drowsing and dreaming in dew’s
mist to unveil seeds living at
their core, exalting in ecstasy.


8 responses to ““Celestial Configuration” dVerse Open Link #83

  1. Love the first stanza’s movement and how it stops, seems almost to move backwards and then forwards again. Beautiful, Pamela.

  2. I love the first stanza, lovely write.

  3. nice…i like the rather commanding voice you take…it adds an importance to your words…like break bleakness…and embark…and some really cool allit like in that last stanza…well done pamela…

  4. Visiting you from dVerse, Pamela. I just began posting there this last week. I really love this exceptional group of writers there. As always you weave wonder with your words.

  5. Especially like the use of the imperative voice and the wonderful imagery, Pamela. I always enjoy visiting your work.

  6. the last stanza is a real flourish
    sending this reader off with a spring in his step and ready to
    Embark on something less severe . . . which is unlike me! 😀

    cheers pamela

  7. Deception, disguise, or just clinging to what we are… masks have many uses…

  8. Wow that was odd. I just wrote an incredibly long
    comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not
    writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say fantastic blog!

I appreciate all comments.

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