Being clay I find myself Responsive To alien whims Hands Furtively press Me into Companionable molds But I never maintain Any impression That denies My composition As a whole AdvertisementShare this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
27 thoughts on “Clay”
Very clever, the mouldable but still resilient clay is a wonderful metaphor for the soul and the personality and the impact of life. 🙂
ah how I love this! 🙂
Thank you Hector!
Have you moved your site? When I go to your page it says nothing found
no still there, let me check
I love the notion of being able to take whatever comes your way and you are to me outlining the importance of resilience in our lives.Great piece Yves, nothing can take from us what and who we are…
So true! And thank you very much =)
Really like this one. It manages to be concise but with an epic sweep.
Do you still have a blog? My wordpress has been acting up in a strange way
Yes, still there. Noticed you had mentioned a similar problem with someone else’s page but everything seems to be working this end. Keep up the good work. Mark.
It is a glitch on my end wordpress has its quirks haha
This feels very powerful and affirming to me, especially the ending. It expressed the perfect balance, to me, of malleability and flexibility, as well as a sense of the underlying eternal true form and bigger picture.. Beautiful:-) Blessings, H xxxxx
Thank you Harula you are so kind!
nice play on art….on life….on being mouldable…but i like the strength in not keeping the shape that does not reflect your over all self…..
Great as usual! Thanks for following my blog, I will post a few stories in a while!
Awesome thank you!
This is really very good. And you chose a perfect picture to accompany it.
Thank you so much!
Awesome. Keep inspiring my friend.
Thank you Samina =)
I appreciate the sly tone and theme. Our first impression and over half the spare but telling piece present the “clay’s” (seeming) yielding to alien pressures. Yet, ultimately the “clay” triumphs, quietly, strongly, in integrity. Cool. Thank you. p.s. Thank you for the follow–looking forward to reciprocating.
My pleasure to follow you =) Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment =)
And the winner is Clay! Love this poem and painting.
Thank you Sara