Sunday, December 9, 2012

Magpie 147




let impulse be your guide
tenderly finger-trace
my curves
intricate patterns
meandering paths 
explore every facet of my terrain
mountains, valleys, oceans, planes
you will not lose the way 
a labyrinth you know well


29 comments:

  1. hehe...ahem....you make cartography sound so enticing helen...smiles.

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  2. That's an enticing poetic landscape, you've painted, Helen.

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  3. Yes, we were on the same wavelength. Love yours.

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  4. Even being lost or shipwrecked sounds enticing.

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  5. a sensual labyrinth- wonderful Helen!

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  6. let impulse be your guide...

    Oo, interesting! Love a labyrinth like that :)

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  7. One is never lost in the labyrinth, only found! Loved this, Wooniw!

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  8. Very sensual...love this Helen!!

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  9. A lovely poem, I liked it a lot. (Found the font a bit difficult to read though!) Nice piece.

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  10. The labyrinth is a perfect for this! Great Helen :o)

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  11. A labyrinth - fresh and delightful response to the prompt...

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  12. A tracing I couldn't resist..what a path you lead us on!

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  13. I know I'm expanding your meaning, yet it's better to explore a labyrinth than to live in one, I always say. Actually, I've never, ever said that or even thought of it, but it sure strikes me as true at the moment.

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  14. That last line climaxes this beautiful poem perfectly Helen! A stunningly sensual write indeed! :-)

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  15. This is certainly the way to go...!

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  16. A labyrinth fun to be lost in, in a sensuous way, why not? Nicely Helen!

    Hank

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  17. I'm intrigued by the contrast of entering at one's own peril while being assured that one won't get lost. Very nice where you've gone with this.

    Mike

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  18. A beautifully cast invitation, Helen-- it seems our inner sirens have come out to play on this one! Thanks for stopping by...xxxj

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  19. This sounds like a sensual prayer to a god of flesh ;-)

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  20. ..ah, i find it sexy and very sensual Helen... what an exploration... great... smiles...

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  21. Maps are looking sexier by the minute!

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  22. oooooooooooooooohhhhhh....very, very nice!

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