Pensive in Croydon

colors blazing intensely

lazy day complete


afternoon furiously

fighting for extra moments



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patriciajj's picture

You nailed it. I can't

You nailed it. I can't imagine a better way to sculpt the experience of being encased in a slow-moving day. From "colors blazing intensely" to an "afternoon furiously / fighting for extra moments" you managed to dilate time with stunning poetic finesse. Amazing. 

georgeschaefer's picture

thank you for your kind words

thank you for your kind words and thanks for reading/commenting

allets's picture

Time Trapped

The two end lines rock - time captured in the frame plumbs the contemplative moment.  Inside them, each image advances the sap-thick time-lapse photography in transition, a tribute to all things slow. Mental letharhy meets world caught in enigmatic inertia  vs relentless inevitability of physical temporary temporality. I love poems about time moving forcing us to enter the experience.

Nice "f"s. 


A righteous write!





georgeschaefer's picture

or we can just continue to

or we can just continue to sit there meditating on emptiness.  Either way, time ignores our sorrowful plight.