Sunday, August 11, 2013

palindrome



Waves
call forth
inner song
footsteps follow
ancient pathway to
where the soul can be healed

- the shore -

where the soul can be healed
an ancient pathway 
footsteps follow
inner song
sung to
waves

Made a stab at a mirrored palindrome, the mini challenge set by Grace at Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads this weekend.

17 comments:

  1. This is such a peaceful poem, Sherry. Very nice.

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  2. Beautiful palindrome Sherry ~ I like bridge word, the shore, the sinner song sung to waves ~ It's amazing how the second part is slightly different from the first one ~

    Thanks for linking up and happy week ahead ~

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    1. Beautiful Sherry, my favorite place of healing.

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  4. Pretty, sweet, and deep deep deep. Thank you!

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  5. Nice new form to try Sherry! Runs smooth. Might adopt one later! Nicely!

    Hank

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  6. So lovely. Mine wasn't nearly as pretty. Not pretty at all, but I had fun.
    ~ the shore ~
    Oh, how I miss the shore.
    K

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  7. Sherry, you are my shaman, my mystic, my guide to spiritual...beautiful!!

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  8. i like it. read it a few times. call forth ushered me right in.

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  9. Beautiful, lyrical connection between the waves and the soul.

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  10. loved how this fit... who doesn't like a walk along the shoreline

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  11. headed to the shore right now! different shore, similar feeling. xo

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  12. y friend you will be there soon. I know. Plus ... I am looking to the right a little bit lower and reading your quote: "We live in hope." Sending love and hugs.

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  13. Gorgeous - I love the slight alteration in meaning, and the fact that both paths lead to a good place.

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  14. This could be a walking beach mantra...so meditative and beautiful, Sherry! Thank you for making my day,too! :)

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  15. I love this one! I agree this should be a mantra-so moving and beautiful!
    Gorgeous Sherry :D

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  16. With this form, the waves "hugged" the shore, smack dab in the middle. I loved this - and didn't try the prompt, too intimidated! Good on you, Sherry! Amy

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