It's morning again...

Carol Law Conklin's Batik Work

The dark hills set a perfect contrast - 
for the sun to rise and rays be cast.
Trees wake up in envy of hills -
for sun caresses it before the green frills.
Wind carries silence of dawn,
flowing blue hums a country song.
Slowly the sky steal colors of sun,
lends it to river like they are just one!
Naughty water tickles grasses on its way,
that fall a drenched sleep as they shy away.
Elements of nature have started the day,
Let’s too wake up and join to say –
Happy to have received yet another one,
Forces be with us to have good deeds done!



My submission for Artistic Interpretations with Margaret - Carol Law Conklin Batik Artist at Imaginary garden with real toads
  
Margaret wants us to write an original poem or greatly re-vise an old poem for this prompt tagging the wonderful work of Carol Law Conklin, a batik artist. Her beautiful art pieces have been showcased on her website "Amity Farm Batik" .

Comments

  1. Luv the rhythm of this poem, its as sensuous as the flow of the batik wax of the image. great team up

    much love...

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    1. Thanks Gillena, that batik work is really amazing! :) glad you liked the poem :)

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  2. Naughty water tickles grasses on its way,
    that fall a drenched sleep as they shy away.
    Elements of nature have started the day,
    Let’s too wake up and join to say –


    Gorgeously penned!

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  3. I love a playful brook.. a sense of joy in spring in your poem

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  4. I feel the same about mornings - happy to be given another one.

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  5. That's a lovely batik you've chosen for inspiration, Vijita, and I love your interpretation, with the dark hills and the sunrise. I especially love the image evoked in:
    'Naughty water tickles grasses on its way,
    that fall a drenched sleep as they shy away.'

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    1. Thank you Kim. I loved this batik work :)

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  6. Sky lending river its color ... adore the image. This is one of my favorite batiks of Carol's -

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    1. That's my favourite line from the poem too :)
      Thanks, Margaret :)

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