Can you describe this beautiful photo taken by (c)Ankh Spice better than Ankh?
“a thousand miles of grey wind-calved mountains on a veil-world, material for a sorcerer’s armour, fallen bits of storm-sky, shoals of glass sharks” -Ankh Spice
” a seascape – choppy, restless pewter sea in endless unbroken waterpeaks. Long dark hills brood sleeping-dragonry alon gthe horizon, a split of orange dawn/dusk firing down the spine. The rest of the sky is exhaled smoke, beginning to tint around the ember” – Ankh Spice
Untitled from Petar Penda
Gold beams touch the sea While they glide behind the hill, The last greeting is mild and soft Like lovers' kiss when parting. Still, it makes the water shudder Thinking of tomorrow's long day And promises of passionate encounters. Untitled by Jacqueline P. Dempsey-Cohen (@boscoedempsey) All day the sun had danced on these fledgling waves jagged hillocks gleaming like rumpled silk limning the peaks and valleys the ridges and folds with silver glints of fire. Now as the sun retreats to gild the hills the waves rekindle its fevered touch tamping it down to drown in fathomless depths Swallowing it whole to sink below wrinkled water to resurface as hammered silver jewels A burning grace Sunburst by Robert Allen (www.robertallenpoet.com) Nimbocumulus clouds press into the mountains like secret handshakes behind the hills, ablaze– the waves not noticing as they rake away the sea. The Last Wave by Christian Garduno One earbud for you, one for me Car Wheels on a Gravel Road seagulls floating on the thermals this wave starts in Petaluma goes all the way around to Myrtle Beach you sigh in contralto the cavemen must have really had it all because even the Moon is tethered just ask the spaceman The sky has limeade eyes the clouds are pinstriped I saw your soul set as the sun came up there’s no sense in trying to interpret you maybe it’s the bottle of dry talking you’re the summer I hope never ends the sea-foam grasping to reach us I close my eyes and the last wave is gone Poetry from Ankh Spice : Reclaiming the birdboy Poetry based on photography Challenge from Ankh Spice pt. 1 Poetry based on Photography Challenge from Ankh Spice pt 2 Poetry by Petar Penda : Tiresias www.robertallenpoet.com Poetry : Dying Diamond by Christian Garduno