"Night Stalking",collaboration with the poet Maureen E. Doallas + piece of Debussy "Nuages"

I'm pleased and sincerely honoured to introduce you the poet Maureen O. Doallas who has been inspired by one of my atmospheric photographs I've taken in 2009

Maureen E. Doallas is a features writer and editor who recently published with T.S. Poetry Press her debut collection of poetry, Neruda's Memoirs: Poems. Maureen's poems also have appeared in the anthology Oil and Water... and Other Things That Don't Mix and at Poets for Living Waters, the sad red earth, and Red Lion Square. Her interviews have been published at The High Calling. Maureen posts daily at Writing Without Paper, primarily about poetry and other literary, visual, and performing arts. She owns a small art-licensing business Transformational Threads.

Please check other artistic collaborations I had clicking here 

Night Stalking

Red-winged blackbirds
unperched from cattail

stalks bleed silhouettes
into the nimbus, the sky

parched into night
threaded into dream's
space, emptying
and filling.

© 2011 Maureen E. Doallas


Diana Lee said...

Absolute perfection. Both the photograph and the words. But I would expect nothing less from either of you.

Unknown said...

Thanks Diana !

Carina Felice, Photography said...

I say-----> love it :)
Congrats to both /\

Maureen said...

Thank you for reading and commenting, Diana.

This one wrote itself, once I took a look at Juan-Carlos's wonderful photograph.

Unknown said...

so honoured to collabore with you Maureen. Also with Diana, Stéphane, Jonas, Sophia, Gwylim, April ! What a list of sensitive and talented people !

Unknown said...

Gracias Carina ! un gran abrazo !

jrbnarizona said...

Salut cher ami! Toutes mes félicitations pour cette magnifique réalisation :) Je te souhaite beaucoup de succès avec ton travail !!!!!!! À bientôt.

Unknown said...

un énorme merci pour ton commentaire mon ami brésilien d'Arizona !

Carsten Hollmann said...

Goose flesh, Juan-Carlos.

Unknown said...

Thanks very much Carsten !!!

Maureen said...

I appreciate all of the many readers and commenters here and on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

very interesting, thanks

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