15 February: Tristan and Iseult Found

AI artwork layer of Tristan and Iseult over found poetry within the lyrics of Same Love.The text is below the image.

Tristan and Iseult

Love keeps me.

We play with our eyes.
All by heart.

Some would rather believe
it’s all about time.

We wanted to.
I wanted to.

Love keeps me.

Written for It’s All In The Title “Same Love”. AI Digital Artwork inspired by Richard Wagner’s Tristan and Iseult, created using Midjourney. Imagery and poems ©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter #amwriting #foundPoetry @midjourney

15 responses to “15 February: Tristan and Iseult Found”

  1. Lovely! I love the repetition of “love keeps me”. Do you mind if I ask why you changed her name from Isolde to Iseult?


      1. Huh. I wondered if it was something like that. But in your explanation at the bottom you referred to her as “Isolde” again and so I was confused. 🙃


        1. Are you wearing your continuity hat today? 🤣 I’ve changed it so it’s no longer confusing.

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  2. Love your write, Misky. Now trying to read the story behind the blocks; looks pretty interesting! 😂


    1. You don’t know it. Well, let’s fix that. It’s a brilliant tale. https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/14244

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      1. I do know it but happy for the link. My son was in the opera and I was in the 4th row, as usual. First row is too close; too much neck strain and staring up performer’s nostrils 🤣

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        1. Ah. I misunderstood then. Apologies. The text under the image is (a part) of the song lyrics “Same Love” that Not-Pam highlighted in her writing prompt.

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          1. Gotcha! No apologies necessary. My humor at times can be a bit subtle. 🤔


          1. Regarding staying up performers nostrils and subtle is brilliant


    2. ps: it’s also a fabulous Wagner opera.

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  3. Wonderful Misky, you’ve really honed in on the sentiment 😊

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