A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
What a wonderful opening phrase ... love the idea of cosmohydraulics ... your artwork? Very nice ...
Most kind. Yes, my doodle today.
You are a great doodler and writer of poems.Loved this ....
Thank you, Margie. I guess we're Earthlings.
I hear frollicks on the last line (beat after 'be,') and wonder at the 'k.' http://www.frollicks.com/#/homeNo, srsly, in the music of these words, I read the last couplet in a traditional way and like that my mind's ear slips on your time twister in such a fashion.
Cheese crisps aside, I too like letter 'k' --it's one of those diving-board consonants that springs me into vowels. I'd use 'k' even oftener if I kould.
I was certain that was the kase.
A lovely verbal expression of a cosmic waterfall.
Thank you, Emma.
Just an enjoyable post to read at the end of a weary day--thanks.
My pleasure, and my privilege.
A great combination of delicate imagination and vivid expression. Thanks for sharing.
Kind Munir, thank YOU.
(f)rollicks in our destiny....love that
Both frolics and rollicks rhyme with Cosmohydraulics. Had to do it.
I love this beautiful poem, Geo...it is so deep and multi-layered.And how your picture gives depth to the words.Just perfect! :)
Ygraine, The poem loves you right back.
It might sound daft, but for me, everything comes back to water. The idea of cosmic water is far more appealing than thermodynamics of vacuum. A pleasure, Sir.
Thanks, Indigo! I too am happy to be a bag of mostly water and not a vacuum.
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