Writing on the Water
I dreamt that I was drowning
in a nearby river and still had
my pen in my hand writing.
Not my last will and testament.
I was writing my blog today.
I have blogs to the left of me,
blogs to the right of me, and
blogs behind and in front of me.
With four blogs on different
topics most days I’m confused.
I have to question myself again.
Sometimes it’s mental health and
some days it’s Bible Study time.
Sometimes it is poetry or stories.
Yes that’s me drowning and writing,
writing and drowning without my
life preserver and the emails go on.
Maybe once I breathe my last, God
will let me rest in Heaven or maybe
He’ll put me in charge of roll call.
At least, I will be out of the water and
writing in a book again. or better yet
Heaven may be fully computerized.
Photo Challenge #105
So, here we go. This photograph got me hooked the moment I saw it first. And I still cannot stop my mind from pondering over the possibilities of what all can we (being submerged) write on the water. And in which all conditions we go submerge and be our artistic-self. There are plethora of possibilities. This week’s inspiration is a photograph from another amazing photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen. No, I didn’t know them earlier, it is just that I’ve been really lucky finding them online.
Does this photograph also tickle the artist of your inside? Do you also feel impatiently inspired? Alright, then, let’s dive and explore the best of us yet again.
All entries are welcomed and please tag your poems with MLMM – MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie and Photo Challenge. If you choose to use the image in your post, please direct link and credit the artist.