seen through a reef shark my dependency

 


13 Responses

  1. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Very striking, Lorin!

  2. Peter Newton Says:

    What's at the edges, what's just under the surface. A poem about the peripheral, that opportunistic reef shark, its non-stop motion patrolling for weakness. Well done.

  3. Jean LeBlanc Says:

    I keep returning to this (circling back to it like a shark???). It is haunting and profound.

  4. loola Says:

    I am so grateful for this post and thanks so very much for sharing it with us.

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  6. yoob.us Says:

    A poem about the peripheral, that opportunistic reef shark, its non-stop motion patrolling for weakness.

  7. polona Says:

    unusual in a good way, this poem speaks volumes.

  8. Alan Summers Says:

    Ah yes, we have our dependencies starting with first breath and ending with the last one.

    warm regards,

    Alan

  9. mr bean Says:

    Ah yes, we have our dependencies starting with first breath and ending with the last one.

  10. friv de Says:

    Excellent share, this is a really quality post. In underlying objects theory I’d like to write like this too. Taking time and real effort to make a good article

  11. machines-a-souss.com Says:

    Great image! Thank you for this pic

  12. play pou online Says:

    What's at the edges, what's just under the surface. A poem about the peripheral, that opportunistic reef shark, its non-stop motion patrolling for weakness. Well done.

  13. cantece de copii Says:

    Ah yes, we have our dependencies starting with first breath and ending with the last one.

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