Sunday, December 19, 2010

timezones...

photo: claudio - One Shoot Sunday


she stepped into
the New Year, shedding
skin and timezones

bkm
2010

26 comments:

  1. Oh wow... great perspective. Nice One shoot

    Wysteria

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  2. It can be so difficult to change both place and person.... A post deserving of a New Year's toast! Nicely done, bkm

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  3. Very nice interpretation of the prompt, bkm. The tension between self and time, new and old.

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  4. Nothing like a fresh beginning! Shake the dust off your heels, lady.

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  5. i love your take on the prompt - shedding skin and timezones - new starts..

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  6. Great take on the photo prompt, I love that small lovely verse.

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  7. WOW thAT IMAGE AND WOW THOSE WORDS...

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  9. Barbara,

    Catches that freedom of the 'new resolution' -- I expect such for myself within a short time!

    Trulyfool

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  10. Had to start over...I meant to say....thank you everyone...with the holidays and everything going on ..have had little time so glad to get a bit of writing in....looking forward to a New Year of poetry with everyone here....blessings...bkm

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  11. cool!
    like it!
    thanks for the visit

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  12. Neat interpretation of the photo!

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  13. I think our poems took a similar viewpoint - both with a view to the future and leaving time behind in some way. Well done you. Thanks, Gay

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  14. Marvelous--so much said in so few words. Thank you!

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  15. excellent - everything in it's right place.

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  16. I love the concept of this Bkm....:-)

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  17. Wow, great images packed into those few words. Awesome!

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  18. oh my this literally took my breath away

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  19. short and to the point...I felt the impact of your words like the shot of the arrow itself!

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