Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Geometry

D300 - 18 mm, 1/125 sec f/10, ISO 250

Maybe, by chance

I bumped into you, idly dwelling in untrodden fields.

I seek you now like a thirsty man,

like a lover

looking for the beloved face

in every smile he meets.

8 comments:

  1. [ Forse, per caso
    ti ho incontrata, sedevi oziosa in campi inesplorati.
    Ora ti cerco come un uomo assetato
    come un amante
    che cerca il viso amato
    in ogni sorriso che incontra]

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  2. Beautiful! Very Rumi-esque. I have an award for you on my blog AC. Yes, it is awards season it seems.

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  3. I don't know why, but this reminds me of lovers finding each other through different dimensions or lifetimes, over and over again.

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  4. the route was planned
    we just followed
    and met!

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  5. SpacedLaw sent me here. You are great with a camera. Applauding you ....

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  6. @ Cat: well... don't you dare award me that often or I may just get used to it ;-)

    @ Kristin: yes kristin. your interpretation is very much in tune with the poem. What if I told you I really thought about geometry when I wrote it?

    @ magiceye: you dwarf my writing with your comment. thank you. it is appreciated and very apt.

    @ david: I should thank spacedlaw for mentioning me and you for visiting. welcome to my blog. I really don't deserve that much praise for my photography; I don't live on it, I am only attracted by it. It is a way to take my inner self out and I am still learning the language.

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  7. Simply breathtaking, AC. Thank you.

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  8. I did think you were talking about geometry. I have a strange love for algebra and use it all the time. I hope it's ok that I took it at face value. Found this from POTD over at David's. Really good poem.

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