valentine

14 February 2006 at 15:06 (General)

Sol rests upon the horizon
pink tipped clouds drift above
the beauty so vibrant even suburbs glow
dusk passes quickly
the moment slips through our fingers

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2 Comments

  1. Deirdre said,

    I hope the weather did the right thing yesterday and gave you a dusk as beautiful as your poem. If not, I found some palettes at ColourLovers based on sunset/sunrise, though it’s surprising, there really aren’t that many there, and I don’t think any of them are quite right anyway – or not for your poem, which was what I had in mind.

    delicate sunrise and desert sunset are okay, but only just. And I reckon Sunset Caption is way too loud, but the inscription is sweet:
    “inspiration:
    This is a Gift, i took it from a Sunset in Michoacan, the sky is a powerful sentiment filter of maker, at this point i can’t feel the difference of “die to love” or “love until we die”, the little line between the insanity and the good judgment is at the horizon… i give you this because this represent the infinite life, the sun, the air, and its happy pancils, i steal from you the colours… the colours when you said I Love you.”
    And the names of the colours are kind of amusing (if you imagine a tragic love story):

    – Quiero hacerte Feliz (= something about “I want” + “happy” – can’t find “hacerte”)
    – Make me live
    – Singing in my sleep
    – Empire of sights
    – Murder

    :)

  2. toto said,

    thanks. Sunset Caption is most like what I was thinking about at the time.

    Also, at the time, I was really into the idea of describing something using a totally different medium. An emotion via a painting, a conversation via a whistle, a drawing via a song. A poem via a palette.

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