Out of context

Taken
Out of context
It melts
Like a snowflake
On your palm

Taken
Out of context
It seems unfinished
Like a sand dune
On the World’s belly

Taken
Out of context
It attracts
Like a black hole
On the Cosmos sidewalk

Love

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it may seem superfluous but… I suggest put Love in the context:)

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Born in spring, my name means Spring. I love poetry in all its forms.

The word “poetry” derives from the Latin feminine noun poetria, meaning not “poetry” but “poetess”.

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  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 2 years ago

    Nothing is complete or satisfying without love… Even if others think you did a good job or think you are lucky, if you yourself don’t love what you have, there is definitely something missing – something out of context – love.

    I once read a story about a robot that worked at a bakery and loved what he did (it was a unique robot in that sense that it could feel a passion that way; and it was him who wanted to work at the bakery). But when that robot overworked and combusted as a result, the bakers got a new robot from its makers. But after that robot started working the customers said the bread tasted different, and the bakers realized it was b/c the previous robot put love into what he made. Very lovely Vesna.

  • ah Mui-Ling thank you so much for this heart warming story
    your attention to the details and beautiful nature is something I really LOVE

    – Vesna *

  • solarbear
    solarbearabout 2 years ago

    Maybe when it becomes into context again, it is different, maybe thats how Novelty is born? I don’t know.. but makes me think.. great provocative poem Vesna..

  • I love to think, not always sure why or about what:) glad you stopped by solabear

    – Vesna *

  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 2 years ago

    And it is very much something I can relate to all the more. For example in my art, I won’t feel it is complete until I love it. The latest work I posted was something I went through several trials over a couple of weeks until I finally got the result I loved.

  • Do you mean A box of kisses?
    It is really delicate and special, obviously done with lots of love

    – Vesna *

  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 2 years ago

    Yup that is the one. The one you see there I took on August 23 (and uploaded it on the 25th after knowing for sure that I didn’t have doubts about it). The earliest one I tried out was on August 8! Did several more shots the day after. Some time later I still felt it wasn’t right and tried it again until I got the one I have now.

  • sandra .
    sandra .about 2 years ago

    Just as well love isn’t superfluous, Vesna…phew:)
    You make an extremely important point.
    Love keeps everything in some sort of random, yet wabi sabi context, maybe.
    Simple, yet profound….cool!
    Sandra x

  • It makes me really happy when you approve my sweet wabi sabi friend:)

    – Vesna *

  • uncleblack
    uncleblackabout 2 years ago

    wonderful piece vesna. really love the imagery. a sand dune on the worlds belly..brilliant.

  • Donna19
    Donna19about 2 years ago

    Too true, I liked the sand dune one the worlds belly. Brilliant

  • Robin Monroe
    Robin Monroeabout 2 years ago

    …yes:)

  • shootback
    shootbackabout 2 years ago

    Great writing. …I’ve awakened a few times with sand dunes on my belly..or was that cat litter? :))

  • msdebbie
    msdebbieabout 2 years ago

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