*An Entrance To Clouds*

Where the road ended
there was a beginning
An entrance to clouds
and another story to tell

Away from the eyelids
beyond the shadows
at the edge of fantasy

Right there
in the mirror of a dream
I found a new horizon
hidden within one mistery
A cup of tenderness
on the one table of yearning
some golden feathers
in the pillow of life

Where the road ended
there was a beginning
My reason to go on

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© Eclipse 2011
Image by WallpaperWeb

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Shared on
Romantic Friday Writers 

 ABC Wednesday (“E”  is  for  “Ending”)

and Poets United

~ by Eclipse on August 17, 2011.

27 Responses to “*An Entrance To Clouds*”

  1. Welcome to RFW ~

    What a beautiful blog you have here… and this is beautiful poem.

    I like the idea of the road ending, and beginning.

    Nice to meet you ~

  2. It’s also my motto – every end is a new begining…
    Beautiful poem and wonderful picture.

  3. hello eclipse long time i know how are you and stefan lovely writing im pleased to visit you we go back a long way now have a lovely week xxjen

  4. You always strike me with your fantastic imagery and word-weaving, Eclipse. Good to see you at RWF. ~MsQ

  5. Those new horizons, so hard to find, but so lovely to follow. The mystery and the tenderness … poetically mesmerizing! Bravo!

  6. The phrase :

    “A cup of tenderness
    on the one table of yearning
    some golden feathers
    in the pillow of life”

    touched me as your words often do.
    Tender and dream like
    Lovely poem,
    Raven xx

  7. This is evocative and I like it. Well written.

  8. Beautifully written, Eclipse! 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

  9. Loved the lines “away from the eyelids” and “the mirror of a dream” – the whole thing was very misty-dreamy-intriguing.

  10. Hi! Welcome to RFW… gorgeous piece – full of fantastic imagery… look forward to next week’s installment
    Lx

  11. Hello! I wish you a wonderful weekend!

  12. Hi, and welcome to RFW.

    This is sublime in it’s simplicity, yet deep in the soul of never ending circles of life! 😉

    Lovely poem. Beautifully crafted!

    best
    F

  13. Lovely poem. Suggestive images.
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Anna’s RFW No.15-‘New Horizons: Cissi tells Selma…’

  14. A wondrously written piece of poetry Eclipse,
    in the land of dreams all the beauty of fantasy
    merges into a reality of wicked delight…

    Be very well my great friend

    Androgoth XXx

  15. Welcome to the Romantic Friday Challenge. Each crossroads of love leads us to new beginnings and haunting endings. Lovely poem, Roland

  16. Well I hope my comment turns up. I’ll return later to see.

    Denise

  17. Hello Eclipse and welcome to RFWers. What a beautiful poem for New Horizons. What a beautiful blog. It looks like a new horizon! I especially love:

    A cup of tenderness
    on the one table of yearning
    some golden feathers
    in the pillow of life

    Thank you so much for sharing. I hope we can look forward to more entries from you – Smooth Sailing?

    Denise

  18. Love the endless circle – and finding hope and comfort even in the midst of despair.

  19. Reading this over and over, like many of your art, my lovely friend. Sometimes with tears in my eyes, sometimes with a smile on my face. But I always read your stuff with admiration. Thanks for sharing – again an again. Love, cat.

  20. I must read this over and over and until its end is indeed my beginning.

  21. Love those first two lines, really sets the atmosphere for the poem.
    Joy, ABC Team

  22. Beautiful Graphic and So so pleased you found those Golden feathers upon your Pillows of Life…
    Love ~ transforms us from the darkest of skies.
    Many Blessings ~ Dreamwalker xx

  23. Exquisite photo and poem!
    Thank you!
    Helen Mac
    ABC Team

  24. lovely words and especially picture!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  25. The journey never ends for we are in the circle and it begins again where it ends.

    Beautiful thoughts from a beautiful mind and soul.

  26. What a serenely beautiful, magical picture! And a truly lovely poem to accompany it. Very creative!

  27. What an incredibly original and fascinating site :)))

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