Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Rainy day running

A hazy mist blankets the sky.
sky of ashen cornflower cast,
cast a fall bronze, florid glow.
glow which blurs into the past.

amid the nipping humidity,
humidity that makes my hair curl,
curl the legs. One after the other
other after the other, my legs unfurl.

my heart begins to rush
rush of breaths entering my lungs
lungs open, breath deep
deep into my run I'm flung.

my mind starts to clear
clear the route for reflection.
reflection hints me towards harmony.
Harmony guides me to revolution.

And the past is blurred into the fog
fog that leaves the ashen mist;
mist perfect for a run, and I feel...
...feel like I'm Heaven kissed.

 **picture is from google images.
** this week, I tried playing with the Loop Poem form for One Shot Wednesday, an excellent place to post and read poetry.  Head over there to meet some fantastic writers :)

12 comments:

  1. Dear Caty
    Very sweet and the end was so beautiful.. thanks for sharing...

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
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  2. ah, and you are for being able to write like that...smiles.

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  3. i used to run as well and know this high-feeling...beautifully brought to paper caty!

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  4. Looks like fun. I am not disciplined enough to take on something like this. Great work.

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  5. love the imagery,
    Thanks for linking up with potluck poetry.
    u rock!
    Happy monday.
    xx

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  6. 'feels like I am heaven kissed' wow!

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  7. what a gentle piece. I too love the last line Caty.

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  8. Finding serenity is wonderful, ain't it? Nice piece, Caty!

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  9. a dream everyone has,
    lovely job.
    Happy Tuesday!

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  10. heaven kissed is really refreshing..

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  11. week 11 potluck awards/treats 4 u

    Thanks for the beautiful contribution to week 11, hope to see you next Monday!
    Happy Thursday!
    Happy Thanksgiving Holiday if you celebrate!

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  12. This was lovely. The repetition of certain words just added a beautiful softness.

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