Thursday, December 31, 2015

Arcs, Circles, Sphere, Here

An arc of ice and frost
Is never lost in
An old steel wheelbarrow
Where arcs embrace.
We can trace the
Length of a second to
186000 miles.
Does light dreamed
Upon things dreamed
Travel as far?

There are arcs imagined:
"I do set my bow
In the cloud...a covenant
Between me and
Such is birth and rebirth,
A dream learned here
Lights an ecosphere.

Happy New Year!!


  1. This is a stunningly beautiful poem. It was a gift on New Years morning.
    Have the best year yet Geo.

  2. Arcs are not only shapes but also connections of one point to another. A straight line may be the shortest distance between two points but the arc is the most graceful.

  3. I look at rainbows as signs of hope, and this poem radiates hope too. Thank you, Geo.
    Have a wonderful new year.

  4. I also look at rainbows as signs of hope, and I love this poem, Geo, thank you so much for sharing. Happy New Year to you! :)

  5. Your prose always makes me smile. Happy New Year, dear Geo.

  6. A beautiful poem and wonderful pictures, Geo! :)
    I wish you a very happy and healthy new year.
    Thank you so much for your kind comment on my anniversary post. 45 years of marriage is amazing!
    Have a wonderful day.

  7. I am pleased to have your healing poetry, and found you, Geo!
    Wishing you a happy new Year, many Blessings for 2016 and Beyond..


  8. To all, my thanks. Vous me honneur. Je vous remercie.


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