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Metamorphose Cine
by Taylor Ryan

Thursday, June 14, 2007
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An unexpected visit to the notion that life imitates art… Inspired by an unpredicted second viewing of a film a year after the first…an enlightening rerun.
Taylor Ryan
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Metamorphose Cine

 

Memory jog…how synchronal...

Was it the timeliness of this revisit?

Cinematic scenario scrambling to the screen

Of what was or might have been.

Recalling that initial view, as I sat,

Transfixed in the chilled captivation of

Theatric darkness,

Seduced by the plasmatic punch…

Witness to a screenplay,

Seemingly trivial

Yet so perceptibly profound

That emotion smothered…choked... as

I viewed, in empathy, that romance on the screen…

Openly weeping,

Searching…questioning…dazed…

Mourning the essence of time and love lost.

Memories rekindled against the flicker

of personal rip-rap…

Spirit vulnerable.

 

Yet now…..a year beyond,

I find myself unwittingly

Retracing this momentary matinee,

Discovering a second serving of relevance

Cast by unexpected replay…

Delectable now, as life’s reel,

In dramatic déjà vu,

Rewrites the scenes.

I, consciously aware,

Welcome the certainty of

What once seemed only a dream,

So penetrating, so extraordinary…

Promising a hope

Destined to find me alive as if on that screen

In vivid metamorphosis,

Elated…confident…serene…

Birthing a sensual baptism

Of self and spirit in balance.

I embrace the rarity of this

Divine persuasion… a promise

Witnessed as life and imagination

Serendipitously imitate

Love’s visually sensitive display

In a magnificent twist

Of  fantastic premonition.

 

Let kismet be the elative precursor

Of emotion’s undeniable premier.

 

Taylor Ryan

June 2007

 
 
 
 
 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/11/2007
Thank you for sharing these insights and perspectives, Taylor. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 7/9/2007
Beautiful and romantic writing...you are endeared by your ability to express so well.
Reviewed by Dark Knight 7/7/2007
Lovely poem Taylor-full of deep insight and wonder
Reviewed by Katherine Chandler 7/1/2007
The romance in this incredibly well written
poem moved me to eyes welled in tears. You
have such a gift with imagery and free thought
within every line, Taylor. Indeed you have a
rare gift with words. I loved the last lines!

Love you,

Kate
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 6/25/2007
I am so behind in my comments and I do apologize. I will ditto Mr. Broome's comment below.. if not writing often creates pieces like this, then it is indeed a good thing..)) Tremendous work, Taylor!

love, Myrna
Reviewed by jude forese 6/16/2007
synaptic stimulation with vivacious voicing ...
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 6/15/2007
ah, screen romance. 'emotion's undeniable premier' is an interesting close. cheers and thanks for sharing this one.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/15/2007
You are not alone Taylor
There is a Holy Presence that directs all your steps and actions
Sweet and poignant poetry of the highest caliber

Love and Light
Peter
Reviewed by E. Richardson 6/15/2007
one word here...exceptional! My goodness, Taylor this is so well written! It touches on so many emotional chords and yet over all is a warm, light...hope maybe? And that last couplet....it is simply stellar!
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 6/15/2007
Our perceptions change from moment to moment, more so over time!
Good to read you again. I wonder if I would view "Gone with the wind the same way I did, for 4 hours last time LOL. Somehow doubt it, and besides, it would have to be on a comfortable lounge chair now.

Hugs to you Taylor
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/14/2007
My sontaught me watching Bambi, etc one sees diffo things every time, on the adult stage it remains the same....Seya on the back row on a sat night....
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/14/2007
My goodness Taylor, you are such a fine tuned wordsmith, you blow me away!I love this poem and can so relate to seeing something a second time that totally clears the first viewing as if a light going on in the brain;-)You must be here more, you are so GOOD!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Lydia Shutter (Reader) 6/14/2007
"Let kismet be the elative precursor
Of emotion’s undeniable premier." I was drawn into the scene...perhaps I was viewing the same old movie you were, Taylor. The romance in this write, the spectrum of emotion, the introspection...all moved me. Absolutely gorgeous poetry. Lydi**

Reviewed by F William Broome 6/14/2007
Only days ago you apologized for not writing more. This one is proof that we need to get you into hibernation for a while, and then turn you loose. This is amazing and a spirit-lifting account of how we warm up to life, and then move on to what is fulfilling and worthwhile. I'll never believe that your muse has flown, and if it has, it's only circling overhead to make sure the drama is staged correctly. Praise is to Taylor, the master of what love can be if not held back. With much praise - - Bill

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 6/14/2007
An outstanding write that allows the reader to see the magic and wonders of life! Enjoyed!
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/14/2007
Most outstanding creation Taylor!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/14/2007
Taylor, this is amazing and many of us can identify in some shape or form, I am sure. It's like, for the REALLY important things in life, we need first to have our minds, souls, spirits, hearts opened and alerted to the Real Deal before we can fully accept the reality. A warm-up of the consciousness and yes, this can often be through the medium of "fiction" in one way or another. Retrospect is an interesting privilege and we can perhaps trace many such "foreshadowings" with its benefit. Your writing is beautifully sinuous here which sets the mood and tone wonderfully. Bless you, Kate xx
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 6/14/2007
fabulously crafted...i agree it is so amazing to revisit something and see it with evolved perspective
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 6/14/2007

Outstanding imagery, rhythm and poemization... "Metamorphose Cine" glows.

In admiration,


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by D Johnson 6/14/2007
I couldn't say it any better than Butch's review...except, bravo!

Peace,
Dan
Reviewed by Barbara Mercer 6/14/2007
Beautifully written, congratulations! Waves of love }}}}}}}}}} Barbara
Reviewed by Butch Howard 6/14/2007
It is amazing to look back and realize how one's perceptions of life and self can change so dramatically in such a relatively short period of time.
"I, consciously aware,
Welcome the certainty of
What once seemed only a dream,"
Follow that certainty, born from cinematic dream, and know that in the now of today, it is real. This is a strong introspective piece which draws the reader into the mind and heart of the inspired poet -a very lovely offering here, Taylor.
~Butch Howard

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 6/14/2007
As beautiful as anything I've ever read, deeply touching Taylor. The circle of life is never interrrupted, it just seems to be at times.
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