Saturday, August 22, 2015

Imeritian Winter...


Imeritian Winter by Guram Dolenjashvili (1943- )


leafless
pinches of homely lights
snowy contortions
shadows

a wealth of shadows
by moonlight

a lone figure
patiently
trudges
the fine line

of yesterdays 


Linking to:
dVerse - Open Link Night 153

11 comments:

Sanaa Rizvi said...

Powerful write :D

Sumana Roy said...

"a wealth of shadows / by moonlight"...beautifully put...

X said...

So much texture in a black and white world,
me thinks the shadows and light might be battling for
the soul of the man on that thin line.

Claudia said...

the fine line of yesterday.. that is a cool image... love the play of sun and shade here

Glenn Buttkus said...

You packed a lot into a short few verses, enjoyed it; very accurate sense of response to the dynamic striking painting. Is your poem in a particular form, or are the line breaks just your own?

Abhra Pal said...

I read a lot of sadness and solitary moments in your piece.

Anthony Desmond said...

love the pure darkness of this piece... especially "a wealth of shadows by moonlight" where I find peace.

C.C. said...

"the fine line of yesterdays"---I like this...it is a fine line indeed!

Kate Mia said...

Shadow nights
of cold gone
past.. Winters
chill alone
home
a
lone..
wHere
ColdeST..:)

brudberg said...

A winter night.. There in the shadows there is both comfort and something deeper sinister.. Wonderful wordpainting.

verbalstrings said...

Thank you for the finely made match between your words and image. For a brief moment, you left me in the white trudging in the footsteps of that lone figure.

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