d’Verse Poetics- Minimalism- Winds of Time

Poetics – Exploring the realm of Minimalist Photography | dVerse (dversepoets.com)

Photo from Glenn A. Buttkus’s site “South Sound Minimalist Photos”.



Marker of a memory called the past,
I enshrine.

Shining surface of now, this moment,
I mirror.

Facing forward toward the future,
I persevere.

The winds of Time, sublime.










33 thoughts on “d’Verse Poetics- Minimalism- Winds of Time

  1. sanaarizvi 06/15/2021 / 4:05 pm

    This is gorgeously rendered! I especially like; “Shining surface of now, this moment, I mirror.” It really is a marker of the Great Depression.. the fancy hood ornament.. makes me wonder .. are we .. the current generation equipped to handle the unpleasantness? Perhaps. Thank you so much for writing to the prompt. 💝💝

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/15/2021 / 4:45 pm

      I’m so pleased by your comment!
      I wish I had more faith in the current generation. Their responses to many problems are less than courageous. Hope I’m wrong. 😉

      • sanaarizvi 06/15/2021 / 5:42 pm

        My sentiments exactly! 😉

  2. K.Hartless 06/15/2021 / 4:45 pm

    The memory is further enshrined in your words. Wonderful. I really felt drawn to this photo as well, but ended up using a different one.

  3. striver1 06/15/2021 / 5:09 pm

    Just love your poetry Susan. I wonder sometimes if I have missed some depth of meaning. But I love it anyway .

  4. msjadeli 06/15/2021 / 5:45 pm

    I just realized the past, present, future, under the umbrella of time, lifted by a sublime wind. Mary Poppins!

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/15/2021 / 5:52 pm

      You’re knocking it outta the park with astute observation today! Thanks. 😁

      • msjadeli 06/15/2021 / 6:07 pm

        You’re kind ❤

  5. Lucy 06/15/2021 / 6:07 pm

    Quite beautiful!

  6. Sunra Rainz 06/15/2021 / 8:10 pm

    Great wordplay throughout! It epitomises the photo 🙂

  7. Glenn A. Buttkus 06/15/2021 / 8:45 pm

    You, somehow, got past the haughtiness, the upper class arrogance, and picked up on a very positive vibe; I really dig it. Thanks for joining in.

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/15/2021 / 9:35 pm

      😊 Well, I’ve never been accused of haughtiness and I don’t know that language. 😉 Thanks!
      Your photos offer their own kind of ‘richness’.

  8. Susan Joy Clark 06/15/2021 / 8:47 pm

    Interesting form to your poem, and I like the comparison of time past, present and future.

  9. Ron. 06/15/2021 / 10:25 pm

    J’adore.

  10. Ingrid 06/16/2021 / 5:34 am

    I love the shine of your words here, Susan: so in tune with the image! And I just read your blog’s tagline: that’s brilliant 🤣

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/16/2021 / 7:38 am

      Thanks! Well, the tagline had help from little kids. 🤣
      That’s where most genius resides. 😉 [I had wondered if anyone noticed.]

  11. Dora 06/16/2021 / 8:57 am

    Susan,
    You did that ornament justice. Sublime indeed! ❤️
    pax,
    dora

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/16/2021 / 9:20 am

      😊 Thank you, Dora. Always a pleasure to have your input.
      Peace,
      Susan

  12. lynn__ 06/16/2021 / 11:54 am

    Fabulous, Susan! I chuckled at the tagline too 🙂

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/16/2021 / 12:10 pm

      Thanks! It tickles me to know people are noticing the tagline. lol

    • Susan St.Pierre 06/16/2021 / 2:47 pm

      I didn’t intentionally make that reference. You have an interesting viewpoint. Time… past, present, and future are all sublime as they all have beauty to behold. (Especially because of our perception of them because that’s all we have. I guess, people who cannot find beauty in each experience might believe others, who do, might be inclined to think we’re delusional? 😉 )

  13. Helen Dehner 06/16/2021 / 5:02 pm

    ‘The winds of time’ … a lovely concept ….

  14. merrildsmith 06/18/2021 / 6:04 pm

    Lovely poem! It is interesting how we mark the past, so that an object can recall an era, and then glory in the present, look forward to the future.

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