” 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
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.