Poetry in Images, Samples from “PhotoPoems Book One”
Pictured Left : “PhotoPoems Book One”
PhotoPoems : Images, each with a small original poem.
“the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”
Author pages for all titles (fiction, poetry, and images) for each major online outlet also on the top right of each page: Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, Google Books, iTunes, Kobo, Smashwords.
Poetry in Images, Samples – PhotoPoems Book One
Linked to dVersePoets OpenLinkNight # 121, hosted by Grace
Grace, hosting dVersePoets’ OpenLinkNight has a nice prompt bringing in this past weekend’s time change.
“One hour. What difference does this mean to your writing ? Are you able to write productively in terms of quantity and quality? Or are you one of those who write better under pressure specially with the time constraints ?”
Pretty apropos since for a bit I’m doing a full time temp job and, with travel time and a few sips of coffee in the morning, time is at a premium indeed 😉
Since I’m featuring a PhotoPoem book this week, using Amazon’s new Kindle Countdown Deal feature for books enrolled in their Select program, I’m of course using two samples from the book as my dVersePoet contribution.
Hope you are enjoying the time change. Thanks so much 🙂
Poetry in Images
New, Related to Poetry in Fiction Series
I’ve been doing a poetry in fiction series, where I take a fiction excerpt from one of my short stories or novellas, and see how it might work as poetry.
In this version, I already had a poem, and a paired image, from a book I have, entitled, “PhotoPoems Book One.”
Actually, I’ve chosen to show two. 😉
They poems are simple meditative verses, meant to compliment and enhance the image.
Hope you’ll enjoy them,
PhotoPoems Book One, Two Samples
i am grateful for the light of understanding
sparkling – illuminating the worlds
within me and around me
glancing on details
of my everyday
© Felipe Adan Lerma
pathways gateways tracks and
they guide us lead us
of where we have
wanted to go
© Felipe Adan Lerma
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namaste´- con dios – god be with you
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