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Perfect cicada-The beauty of a fly


©copyright2013owpp

©copyright2013owpp

Through my lens,
Unfolded the birth
Of a flower among nettles
Through my lens,
Unravelled poetry
Of sunshine among thorns
Heedless of the allegory
Happening on a leaf…

Out of the corner of

My field of vision
I conjured you’d
Spread your wings
The instant you
Skidded on indefectable
Foliage but you paused-posed
And played an important
Role in what would become

The dawn of a beautiful adventure.

The tale of someone
Who saw grace in lieu
Of hideousness…
Inferred small is big
And never again would
Squash impeccancy and
Perfection under
An angry slipper!

©copyright2013owpp

©copyright2013owpp

©copyright2013owpp

©copyright2013owpp

Note:
This poem was inspired by the first photo I took focusing on the Theme of an-only-flower-among-foliage.
You can detect on the side the fly which I thought I had no chance of capturing, cicada’s are very
fast, but to my delight soon realized that I could… where began my fascination for those small wonders 🙂

P.S If you are curious no, I have never squashed a fly just the idea repulses me 🙂

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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.

8 responses »

  1. Lovely, simply lovely! Your words flow so naturally and bring a highlighted focus to your shots. Thank you!

    Reply
  2. Absolutely beautiful and then on to the photos – what a treat!

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  3. Really beautiful marriage of words and images!

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  4. Who is to say a fly is not as great as we
    As with intricate eyes
    A whole other world does see

    Reply

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