Wow! I am sure there is a story behind this one. Great work!
Oh Wonderful, Dalloway...You got a colourful brain :)they say mine is just grey matter --inside and out! :)wishes, devika
you crack me up Devika :)
God one Dalloway, it's the alive birds that matter ;)
Thanks for your comments.Youre a man after my own heart, Ashi.Julie, thanks for your unerringly accurate comment. Might just keep that one to ourselves. :)
An unusual post which has grown on me over several visits. Graphics are stunning...
I feel the way you must have felt when reading my haiku about devil's paint brushes. I keep coming back to this but you have stumped me. : )It's surreal.
What an image, visual and text. Dead birds? I think I can see a bat in there, though...
so you did share this. i think i can make out a butterfly...?see you at summer hill tomorrow?
Dalloway (and all her other readers), check out:http://jornales.wordpress.com/I'm not sure I get the bloggers notion of "jornals", and I'm not sure if the blogger is a man or woman, but he or she writes some really beautiful haiku.Check out the site and give the poet some traffic.
Patrick, seeing inside my head is surreal.Frank, I really appreciate your comment. Might call my next blog site Bats & Butterflies - thanks Harps & P (yes I'll be there)The idea of jornals is a little off putting but I agree theres some beautiful haiku.
That's **your** head?!? Wow.OK, you have just *got* to explain all this. I'm completely hooked.
Oh ok. Though it'll take all the fun out of it, Patrick.I had a CT scan the other day. The hospital gave me the images to take to my doctor. Naturally, I had a peek. Seeing my brain is surreal. A lifetime of living with my thoughts did not prepare me for seeing the actual object that creates those thoughts. And with no medical degree to my name, the most I could diagnose from the scan was that there's no dead birds in there. Fuelled with a little nervous energy, that diagnosis amused me no end. It had to be blogged, even if it was going to confuse my much loved readers.The results came back clear, though I suspect the radiologists missed the odd bat that Harps so correctly identified.
Beautiful poem. I had an x-ray the other day and thought a lot about the whole outside / inside view of us. Sometimes the not there is far more interesting than the there!
thanks Jem - I agree - I was very happy to find out what was not in my head
Your ears are crooked.
Noooo... my ears are perfectly symmetrical Bandit, the picture is on a slight angle...
What an amazing photo! And the words: the possibilities are endless.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.