One Stop Poetry Picture Prompt Challenge…

“Swann’s Way” 

Perception floods life
Untangled link chains
In search of lost time
Nature flows framed

Silviu Ivana is an extraordinary photographer!
(Check out his blog! Click on his name!)
Marcel Proust
(Graham Greene called Proust the “greatest novelist of the 20th century.”)

…and thanks to Chris G..  excellent One Shoot Sunday!

16 Responses to “One Stop Poetry Picture Prompt Challenge…”

  1. Untangled, chains and flowing and flooding – all suggest movement. This really does work well with this beautiful photo! Well done:)

  2. Beautiful Adam.

  3. Very lovely Adam…hey I should be in bed if Cindy’s writing. 😉

  4. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Adam Dustus, Melodie Hawk and Lynda Roberts, April . April said: RT @dustus: One Stop Poetry Picture Prompt Challenge…: […]

  5. Lynda, Cin, Charles…. smiles. I should definitely be in bed right now. lol Yawwwn 🙂 Thanks

  6. I love the last line. You have expressed the nature of framing it so aptly

  7. […] One Stop Poetry Picture Prompt Challenge… « Dustus' Blog […]

  8. like flows framed and the irony in that…very nice dustus…

  9. I like the last line, “Nature flows framed.” Lovely.

  10. Sean of the Dead Says:

    Calm waters remind me
    Of eternal love shared
    In childern borne
    By the softness of you.


  11. i like this.
    Short but very effective
    Awesome picture too

  12. lost time?
    very beautiful search.

  13. very beautiful write

  14. betweenhearts75 Says:

    So very lovely 🙂 you pulled much from this…gorgeous photography, very well done a challenge…. 🙂 “untangled” nicely! ~April

  15. ladynimue Says:

    very interesting thought there !!! loved it 🙂

  16. oh this is stunning..
    love wakes to know life by living
    green whispers by breath of breeze
    time tolls inevitability by flow of universe
    as i embrace space to redeem slowly

    do i need to ask leaf very way of its sway?
    eyes meanders to window on world
    lest light would enkindle ruck to glow
    let darkness be disowned to furrows

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: