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Ekphrastic Fibonacci Palidrome

 

Karin Anderson, AU

 

Is "what goes around comes around" a cliche? I think not. After spending the last twenty years searching for my own philosophy I was blown away and in total awe, when I started keeping records of significant deeds I did for others, or how I had treated another person in not quite the way I could have. The significant ones have returned to me, and sometimes not in the way I would have expected, but each time I have learned something from the return. Perhaps you would like to reflect on the picture as the music plays, on the depth, power and beauty of love.

~Karin Anderson
 

 

Reflections

 

We
can
reflect
each and all
beaming smiles and love
magical moments everywhere
coming and going, turning and mirroring around
skies opalesce pools, glass prisms light, shells reverberate sea,
reflecting you and me.


Me and you reflecting sea reverberates shells, light prisms glass,
pools opalesce skies
around mirroring and turning going and coming
everywhere moments magical
love and smiles beaming
all and each
reflect
can
we.

 



Photobucket zz233 Ausblonde
 

 



"Reflection" by Secret Garden

 

A Palindrome is a poem that can be read backwards as well as forwards. "Reflections" combines the Palindrome and Fibonacci Forms with Art and Music in an Ekphrasitic expression.

 

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