Thursday, May 10, 2012

------- Just a little Detour -------------



I write about the stuff that I know or am interested in but once in a while I have to be adventurous. I decided to scratch the new surfaces. I generally shoot photos in which building/s or partial building is in the frame, but this one is just giving hint of the buildings.
Super Moon- photo credit- Neela Shukla
The poetry has not been my favorite subject and I decided to express the photo and feelings through this poem. Though, I am not sure that I completely understand the meaning of it.

A Poem  by  Emily Dickinson
The Brain—is wider than the sky—
For—put them side by side—
The one the other will contain
With Ease—and You—beside—
The Brain is deeper than the sea—
For—hold them—Blue to Blue—
The one the other will absorb—
As Sponges—Buckets—do—
The Brain is just the weight of God—
For—Heft them—Pound for Pound—
And they will differ—if they do—
As Syllable from Sound—
                                                    — Emily Dickinson

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing your wonderful image of the recent "super moon." Your choice of the Emily Dickinson poem beautifully suggests that each of the lights in your photo contains lives and minds, each of which is bigger than the sky that covers them all. You have given me much to think about!

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