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The deep blue- English prose and acrylic painting “Le grand bleu”-February 2013


Le grand bleu Dec.2012 ©copyright2013owpp

Le grand bleu Dec.2012
©copyright2013owpp

The French title of my recent painting was inspired by a film I had seen quite a while back called Le grand bleu” which, if I find on you tube will only be able to be posted if it has English subtitles. It was very popular at the time. The only thing I would have changed, is its ending which is quite tragic. It is very poetic, artistic and mostly directed to lovers of nature.
This prose is a tribute to the ocean.

The deep blue
—————–

I see you
Crash in foam
Die on shores
Dissipate, vanish

To the deep blue
Abyss where lies
The mysteries of
Ancient history

Bury in the
Protective embrace
Of natures singularities
Whisper to its constancy

Roam through its jewels
Confer with the council
Breathe nimbus of glory
Oxygenate your inhabitation.

I look for boundaries
There are none…
Search for strain
Vanity or fame

But all I see is you
Crash on the shores
Scatter and evanesce

Embrace the deep blue.

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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

4 responses »

  1. I come from where the deep blue sea surrounds the islands…Love every word of it …you are so creative!

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  2. Gorgeous and extremely lyrical! ❤ It is again one of those that needs time and attention, but the immediate reaction is one of poetic awe and intense emotion ❤

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    • The sea for me was love at first sight since I saw it at age 14 & I’m 54! It’s a lasting love story 😉
      My photography & poetry turn often around the sea world.
      I am very flattered you find it so special, I think I am the eternal perfectionist & would like all my poems to be like the other I shared with you before this one.
      Thanks for taking your time to click on the link, read & comment, I truly appreciate 🙂

      Reply

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