Saturday, 9 May 2009

powdered space

cyber dust-
what's it like to be
powdered space

27 comments:

  1. I don't know, but sometimes I feel so blown around. :)

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  2. Clever, took me awhile to figure it out but was excited when I got there.

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  3. Transient, insubstantial, everything. Cyber reality feels that way.

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  4. This taking the prompt down to the
    Atomic level!
    Excellent.

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  5. "Powdered space" is so sonorously close to "powdered face"! Some fun punning, squishing the galaxy into a small enigma!

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  6. We all have stardust in our bones.
    Thanks for the poem.

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  7. Gemma, I never thought of powdered face while writing this!

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  8. I feel like that too often. Not sure that cyber space isn't powdered dust and we're all just specks, some specking more brightly at times

    Thanks for your wonderful comment. It's hard not being a mother in today's world, but somehow that's only discussed in infertility articles which....

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  9. I really enjoyed this, it's like a little cosmic in-joke...or maybe a big inter-galactic one.

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  10. sparkles of dust
    each alike, but surely
    each different--


    Thanks for the smile and the re-cognition!

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  11. Your poem is wonderful and very thought-provoking. I may have to find a sunbeam and watch some dust today.

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  12. "powdered space" -- what a fabulous phrase!

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  13. Hi Gautami, so that's where our e-mail goes when we hit Delete! Thanks!
    ..

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  14. makes me feel shimmery! :)

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  15. powdered space... hmmm
    nice...

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  16. It's too early for me for this...I'll come back after I've had my coffee. I like the words. Hmmm...

    Kat

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  17. I don't know what it is like, cause I am materialised light ...

    Good one, GT!

    Best wishes
    Ralf

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  18. a digital koan
    playful, full of wonder,
    powder to poems

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  19. I loved powdered space Tami. :)

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