Revelation–Poetry Potluck’s Theme of Art, Music and Poetry


D. Slotto 4/2011

Oleander and the Sky
Image by ozgurmulazimoglu via Flickr

D. Slotto 4/2011

Submitted to Poetry Potluck: http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/ and

Monday Morning Writing Prompt: https://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2011/04/24/monday-morning-writing-prompt-dream-symbolism/

Revelation

Last night as I slept
the Artist came and dabbed Oleander’s
green with brilliant buds of pink
then feathered white across
a chosen hummingbird.

Last night as I slept
the Violinist played, sweeping
his bow across the fronds of palms.
Music hummed in branches of Crepe Myrtle,
sprinkling her blossoms all across the Earth.

Last night as I slept
the Poet tossed his words into the water,
ripples bore their beauty
all across the world so sere,
so desperate for salvation.

This morning I awoke
to colors of joy,
to sounds of grace,
to possibilities of peace.

This week the Oleanders blossomed overnight, the winds howled, and a striking albino hummingbird has graced us with his presence. Happy Easter to all.

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30 thoughts on “Revelation–Poetry Potluck’s Theme of Art, Music and Poetry

  1. swanrose says:

    love this the Poet tossed his words into the water,
    very cool

    my potluck post is here
    http://blackswanpoetry.wordpress.com/2011/04/11/poem-in-case-of-emergency/

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  2. Jamie Dedes says:

    A dear poem, especially the closing sentence. Thanks. Nice for potluck.

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  3. tigerbrite says:

    Lovely dreams. My oleanders are out too;)

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  4. Bill says:

    Truly beautiful. Just what I need this fine Spring morning.

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  5. Very tender, lovely. A beautiful voice.

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  6. Dheepikaa says:

    Such vivid imagery.

    The poet tossing words into water and ripples bearing their beauty – is something that I will remember for long.

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  7. The night that sets you into the world of dreams and creations and makes you collect enough courage and strength in your sleep to find the morning beautiful and bright … lovely Victoria, as usual!

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  8. Teri C says:

    This is just so beautiful!

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  10. trisha says:

    jusf fabulous victoria. this time our poems have followed the same path i think. 🙂

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  11. mairmusic says:

    All these sound so beautiful and rare– such a wonderful spring in your world!

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  12. honeyhaiku says:

    Victoria, this is quiet lovely. There is musicality throughout these verses and of course the subject matter was rendered well as their subtle gifts were bestowed upon your heart and mind!

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  13. bendedspoon says:

    wow! this is so beautiful 🙂

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  14. Dear Friend,

    Frieden, I think your article/poetry was/is awesome; something to stand the test of time friend…

    I’m still working on things honestly, as my best foot is nowhere near ahead yet… I’m a little eclectic with my facets and writing; need to find my writers voice. Have an angle, but it’s a risk: “As in some rough experiences I’ve had in life, til now. Yet to inspire the reader, and show them I deeply care about them…

    Also, I love going/coming to your site, I think you’re written word is full of righteous passion. Loved the poem I’m replying to. God Bless You, R.A. Noble

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  15. Sam says:

    Beautifully written Victoria… Happy Easter…:-)

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  16. seabell says:

    Night has always been a good allied of creativeness… and yours was a busy one! Enjoyed it!

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  17. Olivia says:

    Surreal words.. dreams take you to a place where everything seems enchantingly beautiful!

    Wonderful words..

    Hugs xo

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  18. Becca Givens says:

    Beautifully written – serene! The last stanza summed it exquisitely!!

    I am not heard of an albino hummingbird ~~ its image makes me think of a twinkling fairy! 🙂

    Happy Easter and Easter week!

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  19. Bodhirose says:

    Well the poem is just beautiful–your dream world is so vivid and full and I couldn’t take my eyes off of that albino hummingbird photo. Just extraordinary.

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  20. marousia says:

    This gave me a feeling of tranquility as I read it. The imagery is strong – I especially loved the poet tossing words into water…. ah, so lyrical 🙂

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  21. Reflections says:

    Stunning reflections of experiences so often overlooked.

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  22. souldipper says:

    Victoria, this takes my breath away! All of this – in one loving motion. What gifts we have been given. Thank you for sharing yours.

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  23. Jingle says:

    nature’s art is divine and fun.

    well done.
    A++

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  24. K. McGee says:

    Soul soothing!

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  25. yelena m. says:

    Your poetry is so..ripe..rich..profound..Loved every line here, absolutely magical for senses.
    Happy Easter to you, Victoria. 🙂

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  26. LeRoy Dean says:

    Beauty created on a canvas with words.

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  27. booguloo says:

    Beautiful blessing on a blessed day.

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  28. I enjoyed it, but the 3rd stanza totally rocked it for me. Thank you! Happy potluck!
    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/04/24/the-corridors-of-supposition/

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