Thursday, February 6, 2014

River Walk




this is where I think
I dream
plot and scheme
my most creative self

careful with my steps
so as not to fall in
drown in my own rhetoric
going, going, gone



14 comments:

  1. Cool... love "drown in my own rhetoric"

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  2. This is where ...
    Loving it, the falling in verse also!
    ..

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  3. careful!! gotta watch out for that! :)

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  4. to drown in your own rhetoric...ha...
    def i will take the peaceful place by the river...

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  5. This is very cleverly done - with a touch of whimsy. I love the creativity in your photos.

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  6. Drown in your own rhetoric? Hmmm. I'm not so sure about that; is it even possible for you to do that, Woonie lady?

    The picture is delightful. I like rivers and streams a whole lot.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  7. I actually majored in Rhetoric in college, Helen, so have ample experience drowning in mine. Yes, it's an actual BA at Cal Berkeley (among a handful of other universities). So, I have a BA in BS. :) ~

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  8. Such a beautiful place, and I'm sure you carry many such open places with you, and surely they must give rise to creative thinking... Poetry requires the immersion - so long as we remember to breathe and swim.

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  9. That looks like a great place for a walk! The beauty is you can take your creative space with you wherever you go!

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  10. …plot and scheme… No not Helen. I imagine poetry is created when you smile :)

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  11. Have to find that balance of writing, falling but not drowning, good one Helen ~

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