Surrender

I have been doing a lot of dreaming and the poems are shaping themselves. Movement on the inners. Photo courtesy of Pixabay Craggy cliffs how high we’ll go to find a cave the ancients bore leaving gemstones like hearts in cruciform the way home clay beds shake shifting sands I lay supine yet awake the […]

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201 Followers!! 🍾🎉

A rose from my garden Thank you everyone! I started Jordy’s Streamings July 15, 2018! I am having a blast with the blogosphere. Reading everyone’s posts; poetry, stories, books, songs and photography. And making new friends from around the globe is the best!! Love you all! A shout out and thank you to everyone who […]

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Silence

Antony Gormley’s mysterious life-size sculpture of a solitary man, Sound II, located in Winchester Cathedral’s crypt. Photo by Jordan 2016 This is my contribution to Frank Jansen’s Dutch goes the Photo challenge. I tried all week to capture a lovely picture of a reflection but kept coming back to this piece that I had published […]

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Two Poems in Italian

By Jordis Fasheh and Paolo Busolin Photo by Jordis, Playas de Rosarito, Quinta del Mar, May 2017 As writers we all share the love of words, of language and communication. Indeed, language has always been one of my favorite things to explore. I believe it is because of my desire to connect with people all […]

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The Dancer

This is republished to participate in Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt: Diaphanous I’ve missed several weeks of Sheryl’s prompts as I have been working in the background on several ideas for possible themes and book ideas for my poetry. Diaphanous is one of my favorite words and I realized that one of my favorite poems should […]

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