Monday, June 20, 2011

brief musical interlude


Back lit solitude
Concert under two dollars
Played in 4/3 time


Elmer Bernstein
To Kill A Mockingbird (Main Title)

13 Comments:

Blogger Sioux said...

So brief and yet so full. I loved the phrase "back lit solitude."

6/20/2011 10:42 PM  
Blogger Lucy Westenra said...

You have made a nice haiku from the prompt. But 4/3 time?? What's that?

6/21/2011 10:58 AM  
Blogger Tess Kincaid said...

Lovely. And the Bernstein is perfect.

6/21/2011 11:53 AM  
Blogger Lyn said...

So haunting...the words, the music, the photo...

6/21/2011 2:11 PM  
Blogger Helen said...

I sat at my computer mesmerized by the music ... loved the time signature reference. Beautiful!

6/21/2011 5:36 PM  
Blogger Margaret said...

mmmmm. I could listen to that music all night and stare at that photo and imagine forever....

6/21/2011 11:05 PM  
Blogger Margaret said...

I listened to that whole lovely piece... Is that from "To Kill a Mockingbird"? One of my favorite books and movies! Also, the photo at the top of your blog is really awesome. Marilyn curled up and reading your sketchbook... LOL

6/21/2011 11:10 PM  
Blogger Isabel Doyle said...

nicely connected

6/22/2011 3:36 AM  
Blogger Kay L. Davies said...

Delightful.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

6/22/2011 1:09 PM  
Blogger Tumblewords: said...

Ah, double fine!

6/22/2011 10:39 PM  
OpenID mindlovemisery said...

This is stunning =)

6/23/2011 2:15 PM  
Blogger Steve Isaak said...

One of the best, most distinctive takes on this prompt.

6/23/2011 7:05 PM  
Blogger Poetry Potluck said...

a few words,
a powerful achievement.


share 1 to 3 poems with poetry potluck week 41 today.

6/27/2011 7:41 PM  

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