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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Poem Of The Week - Muse, Art, Music and Poetry


This week's Monday prompt "Muse, Art, Music and Poetry" had many wonderful submissions from many creative writers in Jingle Poetry .Each one has their own creative input for the given prompt .Among so many wonderful poems,I have selected a poem by Kiera O’Brien " They are  Two" for the Poem of the Week today. 

She elegantly brings three arts into her poem with a starting sentence of "They are Two ".It reminds me that Two hands are needed to clap and produce a sound.Likewise ,for every arts be it a music or painting ,there are two elements with one relating and supporting another .Finally she concludes that thought they are two ,the listening and appreciating heart is only one.Its a lovely take on the prompt and I enjoyed it.Hope you like it too.



They are two…


Beautiful performers, each in front of an audience:
A vixen whose tongue is as fiery as her flowing locks,
A maiden whose  melodies are as perfect as her fair skin;
Their fingers dancing on two very different sets of keys
Two very contrasted worlds, yet the love shines in both

They are two…


Towers of sturdy stone standing strong against the elements:
A place of sanctuary that shelters the young and timid,
A fortress of war whose catapults drive back the attackers;
Each with an independent foundation, built to stand alone
Yet one without the other would surely collapse into dust

They are two…


Canvases painted on by the greatest creator of all:
A portrait of a mentor encouraging a young learner,
A portrait of a warrior standing armed against evil;
Two scenes that appear to be so distant from one another
Yet when hung on separate walls they seem so very lacking


They are two, but their hearts are one.

About Me:

I am Umamaheswari Anandane ( Iwrite4u) ,the owner of Inside My Poem Book , feels honored to be a part of the Jingle poetry with the work of selecting poems of the week in accordance with the week's themes .

Cheers!

Umamaheswari Anandane: (http://umaspoembook.blogspot.com/) 
Luna/Mia Lombardi (http://lunawitch15.wordpress.com/)




7 comments:

Wellspring Of The Soul said...

Absolutely loved this poem. Brilliant writing and I would love to read more. I had hoped the poem would continue but it ended so beautifully. Thank you.

ds said...

Wonderful, wonderful poem. Thank you so much for choosing and sharing it!

Cloudia said...

Warm Aloha from Waikiki


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Promising Poets Parking Lot said...

apt and cute piece,

smart choice, Uma.

The poetess attended poets rally 9 months ago, she left due to an accident,

Glad to have her back and contribute to us.

xx

Kiera O'Brien said...

It is difficult to find fitting words of gratitude at a time like this, which in itself is quite embarrassing. Words, after all, are what I do.

I am overwhelmed by tears of joy. To be so openly welcomed by a peer group of this caliber is a dream come true. I even smile at the irony, as both the group and my blog are second generations.

In the end, I am a little saddened, for what I give to you can never match what I have gained. As Uma herself has said, poetry is painting a picture with words. Thanks to all of you, I am surrounded by brilliant masterpieces each week. It is a privilege to be framed and hung among you.

Butterflies of time said...

So lovely-- I enjoyed the masterful write. you are just superb Kiera!

liv2write2day said...

So glad you featured this delightful poem as I didn't get to read it the first go-around. Excellent choice, stunning poetry.