10/23/2010

160: The Dancer


Overcome with music
She sways in joyous dance.

She cares not where she is
Or what passers-by may think.
The only thing she notices
Is that the muse began to sing.

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This is my offering for Sunday 160, hosted by Monkey Man here.


27 comments:

  1. oh, Patti! what a rich image!
    did you take it?
    I am happy when I dance, and I've found my muse again.
    no more naps, just a day alone, even in the car, is enough.....
    mine is up HERE
    Dianne

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  2. Dianne, I'm so happy you've found your muse. I think she is in fine form after reading your 160. Yes, I took this picture. There was an outdoor sculpture show scattered all around a nearby town, and this lady was dancing on the steps of an old church. I think dancing makes her happy too.

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  3. You two took fabulous pics for your 160 Wait till you see mine...Hahahahahaha
    I love creative modern art..
    You Rock Patti....

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  4. I love to dance-- nice photo wouldn't mind having that piece of art --- your 160 muse: The poet is inspired by the muse , and sensing the beauty in the movement of the muse, poetry burst through encapsulating them both. Beautiful you and your muse.

    Cheers,
    joanny

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  5. nice. as you know my wife was a dancer for years...and i know the feeling of being lost in the music and just dancing...nice 160...and i like the art as well....

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  6. That sculpture looks like she is, indeed, having a joyous dance. I wish she was dancing in my garden so I could look at her every day.

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  7. And then you shared her joy with us- thanks!

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  8. What a lovely way to begin my Sunday...a dance with your poetry. Good one, Patti :)

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  9. Delicious, delightful poem and photo.

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  10. Beautiful shot. Full of texture. Your 160 is awesome. Thanks for playing.

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  11. Wonderful tribute to the artistic heart.

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  12. What an awesome photo and 160! Oh to be one of those who sing, no matter who's listening... :)

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  13. Enjoy this photo and poem very much.

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  14. G-Man: I loved your "creative modern art" too. But it made me hungry. Happy Sunday!

    Joanny: Thank you. I'd like to have this dancer in my yard too, always inspiring the muse.

    Brian: Yes, I know you are a lover of dance. And we all get to enjoy the effects. ;-)

    Janice: Me too.

    Grandmother: You're welcome!

    Tracy: Happy to be of service, Kind Sir.

    jabblog; Thank you. Delightful and delicious are good things to be.

    MM: I'm glad you like. Thank you for hosting.

    AA: Thank you. What a nice thing to say!

    gospelwriter: I agree. I am a little in awe of those who can.

    Paul: I'm glad. Thanks for coming and commenting. Please come again.

    Sherry: Thank you, my friend.

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  15. Wonderful movement - image and words both*!*

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  16. Love the sculpture and the poem matches its mood. I feel like shaking it!

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  17. Bimbimbie: I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for coming.

    Victoria: Now that's what I like to hear. Shake away, my friend.

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  18. she is quite the dancer
    what a wonderful picture

    Happy Sunday my friend

    Moon smiles

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  19. That is certainly an awesome piece; sculpture, photo and 160 to go with it. I too can get swept away by music at times and care not a whiff what people think when the music takes me

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  20. mdw: Thank you! See you Wednesday.

    kkrige: Thank you. Losing yourself in the music is a wonderful thing.

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  21. so lovely...your words describe my 5 year old, always so happy and singing and dancing...

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  22. She: Children have that marvelous ability to just go with the flow, and not let inhibitions stand in the way. When do we lose that, I wonder?

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  23. Ah, if only I were so uninhibited! :)

    Great photo and S160.

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  24. MZ: Thank you.

    Me: Yeah I know just what you mean.

    Gautami: Me too, me too.

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