A Textured Proposition


Is the freedom

To bend ideas

Just like art

Poetry is full of bendable emotion

A textured proposition

Guided by the imagination

Opening new windows

To possibilities

Requiring dedicated work

To discover one‘s personal truth

(Inspired by the words of D. H. Lawrence)

Patrick’s Theme: Work https://pixtowords.com/2019/07/07/work-pic-and-a-word-


V. J. ‘s Theme: Language https://onewomansquest.org/2019/07/08/v-j-s-weekly-challenge-56-language/


About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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20 Responses to A Textured Proposition

  1. memadtwo says:

    Great interaction of thought and image. (K)

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  2. Lovely composition

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  3. Well done Olga! πŸ˜€ ❀

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  4. Beautifully composed insights.

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  5. V.J. Knutson says:

    “bendable emotion/ A textured proposition” – wonderful. There are moments, when writing poetry, that the unexpected coming together of certain words elicits a thrill. You must have felt it with this one.

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  6. I like this, Olga! Poetry is a different expression using the same words. I just re-read about the life of Robert Frost. Louis Untermeyer describes him as an ordinary man intensified, a person whose life is lifted to a high pitch of feeling and has a gift of making others share his excitement. In that sense, he sees different shapes of what others see as a straight line.

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  7. magarisa says:

    A clever and creative piece. “Textured proposition” is a great phrase!

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