I Am Home
wandering in the desert
someone looking at me
into a world unknown
the veil is thin
I am home…
abstract Israel poetry postaday sky
The poem and the image sing to me in harmony. More beautiful work, Hanne.
You are very kind Michele, thank you. Really! It’s a joy sharing my world when the viewer is as sensitive to subtleties and the “in between” as you.
Hanne, it’s such a great pleasure to engage with you as your images and poems go walkabout together. And, yes, the “in between” is the path, is the journey.
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That’s a beautiful cloud. I think immediately of a firebird. I love your poem. I don’t usually get poetry, but I get this one. The veil is indeed thin, if you know how to look.
Thank you so much! Firebird; that’s beautiful. Re the poem, maybe because I’m not really a poet, but love simplicity and sometimes words just happens to pass by in a certain sensitive way…
Simplicity, that’s probably why I like it. Well, I hope you pursue more poetry of this ilk. A photo and a poem. That could really catch on.
Thank you for the encouragement!
Angels we have seen on high! Perfect cloud and perfect composition.
Amen! Ehk, thanks a mill 🙂
I am glad you are home and the clouds are there to meet you.
thank you, me too…
These words are beautiful – and the image reflects them – so well. Thank you for the follow, too.
wow! you are stupendously good! marriage?! lol
I’ll call in the High Priestess and we should be good to go! 😉
Beautiful! Merci Hanne!
I like when the otherworldly shines through on this plane 🙂
Thank you again for going through all my photos! It makes me see them all again. It means a lot!
And for twittering my work too!!!
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