Beach Shadorma

Driftwood frame
embraces first blush
Tide and Time
silent foes
rhythms of Eternity
share and share a Light

Shadorma: a Spanish 6-line syllabic poem of 3/5/3/3/7/5 syllable lines respectively. Thanks to Kira at Wrestling Life for introducing me to this and other Poetry Forms.

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39 thoughts on “Beach Shadorma

  1. tornadoday says:

    This is beautiful, Greg.

  2. Tide and Time Silent Foes…………. so true….. beauty in thought and in frame……… Wonderful share thank you

  3. penpusherpen says:

    first blush, caresses the Dragon in a wonderful light.. xx

  4. queenlorene says:

    The entire post is a feast for the senses and leaves one wrapped in Feeling. I love how you graphically set up the words, your font is awesome. The look is just as important as the sound. You seem to have mastered both.
    (BTW: love this picture, the face on the left driftwood piece is priceless, especially his big googly EYE.)

    • Thank you, again! And I must give YOU 100% credit! I was thrilled to read your Shadorma and ‘sprang into action’! The face! I had originally thought it might be a fossilized spout from an orca, but a face never occurred to me!

      • queenlorene says:

        I LOVE that pic! The face is part wizard, part ghost. Gave chills down my spine. And the words were perfect for it. I wish my theme allowed for such interesting font choices. Soooo glad I lit a fire under your, um, creativity. BTW: went to Kira’s site and was amazed by it. You are right, she and her site are very inspirational, and since share some of the same issues and likes I am going to be an eager follower, so thank you for that!

  5. Eva PoeteX says:

    In just six lines you’re able to capture beauty perfectly. I am impressed, but not surprised because all of your poems that I have read breathe these images to life or create masterpieces within my mind’s eye. I truly am grateful that I came across this blog — it’s definitely one of my favorites. 🙂

  6. Kira says:

    this was wonderful! It went perfectly with your photo…which is beautiful by the way. There is something about this Poetry Form that allows words to flow.

  7. mybhm says:

    These words and the picture belong together, as if they’re incomplete without it. Coincidental perfection

  8. Beautiful words and image here. I am blessed with this image right outside my front windows…this is very close to me.

  9. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words says:

    So Beautiful feels like it is surrounded by soft subtle light
    Take Care…
    )0(
    ladyblue

  10. jussaraluna says:

    Hello Greg,
    So beautiful post!
    Jussara

  11. Your words and image are breath-taking! Oooo, I will be playing with Shadorma! 🙂

  12. Heartafire says:

    Reblogged this on Heartafire's Blog and commented:
    shy dragon, you slay me!

  13. […] Before you read my lines, I kindly request you to read Greg’s https://memoirsofadragon.wordpress.com/2013/05/16/beach-shadorma/ […]

  14. Heartafire says:

    I once thought I was not too bad with exotic poetry but you have shown me how very lovely and unique the Japanese forms can be. Perfect, shy
    dragon.

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