I’ve had a PhotoPoems / Photo Poems series of posts seems since near when I 1st started my blog, and was tempted to call this verse, for Angel, a PhotoPoem also.
But even though I’ve a few posts tying poem and art work together, I don’t think that would be in the spirit of the thought behind the poems anymore. An art poem, I feel instinctively, is particular to the type of image – painted art, which for me is a more internally generated final image.
Which might explain to me why it’s been since spring of last year ( 2021 ) since the last image / poem I could find –
Yet, they’re close enough I’ll tag these style of posts #ArtPoems / #PhotoPoems.
Related, yet distinct 😊
I had the title line for this poem for a long time, since maybe the middle of last year, before I found the image I wanted to go with it, finding its home with Angel ❤️
I’ve no time pattern for these image/verse combinations of mine, sometimes running close together, other times, like this time round, with quite a bit a space between; I hope you’ll enjoy —
Light is But Darkness Feeling... I sat floating unaware up or down not waiting, not even being being something I don't remember don't know if I even knew til I first began to taste fullness, completeness within and without motionless within motion silent within sound numb except to gestalt touch ubiquitous at least until I was born heat and cold soft and hard life my life had become differentiated and I screamed the darkness around me, within me had waited and found the light.... ©Felipe Adan Lerma
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I feel, not fear, our little solar system, our mighty galaxy, the stars around us, in us, is all — within the deepest darkness of our night of inner and outer space — also, simply light, simply feeling….
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