This is excellent. Strong image & strong words.
good one Frank
Were you irritated by that, Frank?I somehow sense that in the words, but then i doubt if you found that funny, but there's something in it that one isn't really happy about, wishes, devika
Hi Devika: I wasn’t conscious of any irritation. On the contrary, I felt a certain curiosity and marvel and about the way silhouettes in water distorts what we assume to be reality. Maybe what we see is just one version of what is real – who knows?All the best, Frank...
That is okay, Frank :)About that 'real' ==We Hindus in India are used to hearing -- All that you see is 'Maya' (Illusion)...the only reality is 'ME' (Krishna consciousness) :)and its this quest for reality that keeps us going, perhaps :)wishes, devika
Marvelously wild and free...I enjoy this so much :)
Good one. I like the idea of silhouettes twisting the world.Best wishesRalf
Lovely! I'm glad for your comment to Devika and I'm intrigued by her reply.Something to think about.
I like kus with some philosophy and mysticism.It got depth.Rudi
I really like L3.
Very striking. It's a case of seeing what's there and also looking beyond it as well.
One just sees the exagerated projections of the horses... silhouettes, twisting realism.Lovit, _m
Thanks for dropping by and leaving your kind comments and observations.All the best, Frank...
"twist the world" is a bold phrase, and you make it work.
Hi Frank,What raises this to another level is that it isn't just about the horses.This really is a marvellous haiku:horses by the river…silhouettes twist the worldthis way & thatIt has so much depth, it's wonderful wonderful wonderful!Alan
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