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The wig of a scarecrow 28.5.2013


The wig of a scarecrow ©copyright2013owpp

The wig of a scarecrow
©copyright2013owpp

These photos and poem were inspired by the blogger Junsjazz Images & Inspiration who always has great advice on photography.
I had fun playing around plain tools as a fennel for a tunnel vision and a sifter for a vintage effect. I hope you’ll enjoy it!

The wig of a scarecrow
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Call an onion by its name
And the vim from a warm (1)
Kitchen floats with the
Tenderness of young dreams.

Observe the art of its
Layers, sometimes cracked
Revealing viridity under… (2)
Adorned by a golden glow

Tips resembling the wig of
A scarecrow built carelessly
With the clothes become rags
From stretched days, short nights…

Call an onion and it will
Faithfully expose the aroma,
Give flair to the forlorn, for
In every living, growing,

Is poetry. To the recipient
Of all that is moving and
Changing… days ticking,
Mildew spreading, Calling

Loudly your name.
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Vim (1)

Ebullient vitality and energy. See Synonyms at vigor.

[Latin, accusative of v s; see wei – in Indo-European roots.]

Viridity (2)

n.
1.
a. The quality or condition of being green; greenness.
b. The green color of vegetation or leaves.
2. Innocence or inexperience.

The vintage look ©copyright2013owpp

The vintage look
©copyright2013owpp

Through the eye of a fennel ©copyright2013owpp

Through the eye of a fennel
©copyright2013owpp

Mildew calling ©copyright2013owpp

Mildew calling
©copyright2013owpp

The golden glow ©copyright2013owpp

The golden glow
©copyright2013owpp

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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.

6 responses »

  1. Beautiful images and poetry!

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  2. Each a different comment on the humble onion-terrific!

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    • Thank you so much for this warm feedback! I love it when the msg goes through. Sometimes I am not too sure my words will make sense to others so when it does it’s pure joy !
      I appreciate the time it takes to let me know 🙂

      Reply

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