4 January: dVerse Listening

Watercolour, wooden dock, shoreline, house and wintery trees
Chesapeake Shores 

In the elsewhere 
of brightness and dark, 
rumble strip clouds are 
filled with quick talons and wings, 
and the sea-rippled calm 
from this serial view 
is not lost 
on the silence of God. 

Written for dVerse Poets. AI Digital Art: created using Midjourney’s bot (v4) Image and poem ©Misky 2023. Shared on Twitter #amwriting

21 responses to “4 January: dVerse Listening”

  1. Small, perfectly formed, and I love those ‘rumble strip clouds… filled with quick talons and wings’.

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    1. Thank you, Kim. ❤️

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  2. Beautiful work, M. And great choice of artwork, too!

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    1. The artwork is my own, so thank you.

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  3. I just love the image of those clouds…

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  4. Stunning! The imagery is so sharp and yet the mood is quite reflective. That last line is wonderful. I love the whole thing. By the way, Misky, you’re doing amazing stuff with your AI art. You might be interested to meet Chat GPT. :-). It’s a language AI bot thing. I don’t really know what to call it. It stopped its training in 2021 but is available for anyone to chat to. You can ask it pretty much anything and it will try and answer or tell you if it doesn’t know. It’s very polite and knows many many languages. Just go to https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/ and create an account for yourself.

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    1. Thanks! I’ll look into this when I’m back home later this week.

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  5. Wow love your art work goes beautifully with your poem ❤

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  6. A perfect jewel of a poem. I love “rumble strip clouds.”

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  7. I love the depth in this brisk and compact piece. Much said in few words. Extremely well done. Happy new year to you Misky. 🙂✌🏼❣️

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    1. Thank you , and happy new year to you, Rob.

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  8. Gorgeous poetry, Misky … gorgeous. Brevity works beautifully here … wishing you an amazing 2023!

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    1. Thank you, and to you, too.

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  9. Oh, I love this one! The poem and and the painting go so well together!

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    1. You painting is stunningly beautiful!

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  10. So few words, so beautiful in the scene they set.

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    1. Thanks, Lillian.

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