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Beauty T(races)
by Axilea MU
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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   Soft traces
        I see
in Cream...
I welcome you
how Smooth
and Easy
the appearance
of the Work!
one-dimensional continuity studied by
    Although, in the end
  one knows nothing,
 learns everything,
 keeps observing
     the Curve.
each of them fails, 
wholeness suceedes
in doing the Work,
 the Work of Beauty.



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Reviewed by Joyce Akesson 10/13/2008
So very beautiful with the Alchemical Work of Beauty! You brought it out in a beautiful, mystical way.

Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/13/2008
Harmonious, whiteness, don't cover up the meaning of these words. Togetherness abides within us all and we eventually find it with our without our beauty. Most animals attract their mates by bird calls, and other mating sounds, like a siren at sea etc. Beauty in every creature on earth can be seen as you look for it.
Reviewed by Selene Skye 5/3/2008
Captivating silken pods of grammatical pearls inlaid in a heart that comes from the most beautiful of Venus' on a half shell!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 4/27/2008
Beautiful Liz
Reviewed by Dark Knight 4/23/2008
Lovely poetry!!!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/23/2008
the magic of a moment, captured wholly but not concretely; abstract and obtuse and yet entirely tangible. The je ne sais quoi of Beauty as it races in and through our fingers is traced so as to leave its template here in your words. Wonderful work as always, Axilea. TY Kate xx
Reviewed by David Hightower 4/22/2008
Axilea - Your beautiful poem is a perfect example of its message:

wholeness suceedes
in doing the Work,
the Work of Beauty.
Reviewed by Michelle Mead 4/22/2008
Feels like the creative process happening in so many mediums, a photo not quick enough still to catch it, beauty. Very cool.
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 4/22/2008
Absolutley beautiful work! Blessings, Holly
Reviewed by Art Sun 4/20/2008
Nice display of thought...your view expresses more than one can decipher for beauty has dimensions from beyond the beginning of time. It is the creator or creation where it all begins....even in the husded silence or the footsteps....there is beauty even within a single thought...

you have brought this out within our eyes so as to see beauty from the simpleness of a poem...

nice work Axilea...

Art Sun...
Reviewed by Charlie 4/19/2008
"Footsteps in Cream..."-- brilliant-- positively brilliant line... The whole piece is just hold-your-breath-till-the-end exquisite. See... I have not the voice, nor the instruments to do it justice.

Reading the other reviews, I see I'm not alone. --Could describe "David" or Pavarati or Motzart...

But there's an irony to the poem. The shape looks for all the world like one of those clay Incan gods... squat and round, offering all they have to the great INTI..., god of the Sun... so, to me, in a sense it was a reminder that we needn't offer up our lives to the god of beauty... we shouldn't give sacrifice our all to this end, but be a whole being integra-- and in so being, therein lies a work of beauty.

Yes, the more I look at this poem, the more I see this... Clever-- especially the hints of "one-dimensional continuity" and variables... also, to read the end again, I see two ways of reading it-- each piece (alone) will fail to make beauty... voice, instruments, whiteness... each is not enough, it's the whole. --Profoundly wise, Axilea. --Charlie
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 4/19/2008
As the artist's eye rotates her art so does your animated poetry. Beautiful work in porcelain.
Love and blessings,
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/19/2008
A portrait in beauty, a gem to behold....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by blue soplain 4/19/2008 carved carrara marble; a michelangelo in words. .. .. the woman behind the 'masque'. ...
such beauty lies only in the hands of who can see truly.
pretty words.
love the T.ouches.
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 4/19/2008
Yes, beauty is a unique equation. Enjoyed
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 4/19/2008
Stunning! you are a master poetess!!!
Reviewed by Deborah Munson (Reader) 4/19/2008
Where can I find eloquently designed and flowing words, words that whisper to me and inspire me? Here, I always find that here in your poems. Thanks for creating yet another one for me to enjoy, Deborah
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 4/19/2008
There is always such beauty in your writing...the sound and softeness of your words. This reads like a whisper.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/19/2008
Beautifully penned and formatted; I love it! Very well penned, Axilea!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/19/2008

Content; format are perfection. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by stan nassano 4/19/2008
axilea,you did good with this one,very nice write,very nice,
Reviewed by Cryssa C 4/19/2008
Your poetry is always a work of beauty...a work of art.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/19/2008
Well your wholeness has certainly prevailed in this lovely poem that reads like a soft breeze on a quiet evening. Very nicley done indeed Axilea,
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