“How frail the human heart must be-a mirrored pool of thought”


DSC00196awm” It is no night to drown in:  A full moon, river lapsing

Black beneath bland mirror sheen,

The blue water-mists dropping  Scrim after scrim like fishnets

Though fishermen are sleeping

The massive castle turrets  Doubling themselves in a glass

All stillness. Yet these shapes float… 

…Deep in your flux of silver

These great goddesses of peace.

Stone, stone, ferry me down there. ”

Title quote by Sylvia Plath; excerpt from Sylvia’s Plath poem “Lorelei”.


50 x 70 cm canvas


About Spira

” The eternal part of our being is conscious of the timeless essence of life & is aware that the past is nothing but a memento of the present and tomorrow a dream of the now. The very thing meditating & singing from within, remains always inside the boundaries of the primordial instant that scattered the stars into the cosmos.” Kh.Gibran

2 responses »

  1. To slough off the tyranny of geography,
    my eyes sink into the Mirror Pool

    My spirit follows.

    Interplanetary feelings well up from the abyss

    Feelings of nothingness

    The indissoluble links with a past where as stardust I voyaged among the stars

    And as stardust I will return.


    Congratulations! It’s beautiful! The photos don’t do it justice.

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    • Thank you so much for crystallizing in a profound way of writing the core of this creation as well as anyone’s, who dives at the infinite plains of the Mirror Pool.
      Love & Light to you.


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