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Runaway Blues

Pansy by Jonathan Gill on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Against the backdrop of a rainy day
vibrant colors pierce the gloom
escape petals and hum
electrifying moist air
only to be recaptured
imprisoned on canvas
by an artist's eye
 

This post is in response to the Three Word Wednesday prompt. See what others wrote.
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18 comments:

  1. A nice creation about creating.

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  2. Love how you captured the creative process in this.

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  3. I love the vision.. and the picture is lovely as well...

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  4. Interesting perspective and beautifully written. The image is lovely too.

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  5. Oh, how wonderfully put! This was beautiful.

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  6. I like the way the words go so well with the picture!

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  7. cool picture! Looks like an electric pansy :) I love the concept of the colors escaping and then being captured in another sense!

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  8. Words and picture in perfect synch.

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  9. How gorgeous, both your poem and your picture!

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  10. nice partnership of image and words

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  11. Thanks for the feedback everyone. I wrote the poem first and decided to do a Creative Commons image search on Pansy, because their colors are so brilliant. When I saw Jonathan Gill's "Pansy" it took my breath away. The perfect image of what I was imagining.

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  12. Excellent use of the words. This was so nicely written....

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  13. beautiful and poetic how you caught the movement and life of an everyday flower breathing, living, existing in plain sight... and the foto is indeed vibrant!!!

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  14. Thanks for using my picture. I am glad that so many people enjoy it. I love your poem too.

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  15. I LOVE the vibrant colors and beautiful words.

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  16. Lovely. The superb image is joined by stunning words.

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  17. This portrays the artist as somewhat of a hunter, grasping and harnessing artistic opportunities lest they disappear into the void.

    This is really well done Nara!

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  18. surreal and beautiful...& your poem creates
    a perfect marriage.

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