26 thoughts on “noise

    • :) I do prefer the nonverbal voiceovers.

      You really can hear corn growing–walk past a field at night (not in it, you can’t see where you are going), and you will hear pops and snaps all over the place, as the rings release and each stalk grows about an inch. Was trying to figure out how to capture the sound without it deteriorating into a “popcorn” image

      • I like it.

        I know what you mean about the corn (my mother commented that when she was in the rainforest in Costa Rica she not only heard things growing she saw it right before her eyes).

        I wrestle with capturing movement and growth too (as you well know). I am finding that the approach which is starting to work for me is by my focusing on the cadence of the syllables. I find listening to music helps me with this as well as looking at photograps or being outdoors and seeing what music I hear or call up in response.

  1. I love this… I have been feeling like this a lot recently, insomuch as I feel the need to retreat to something authentic which has a truth to it. I would also like to say that I’m enjoying the shape of your poems, it gives them a wonderful rhythm.

  2. Sounds like a wonderful plan. Imagine if we saw beyond our narrow vision, heard beyond our limited range. Imagine if empathy reached further… perhaps then we would truly cherish life and not seek to destroy it.

  3. poemsofhateandhope

    This is delicate and with a powerful message….sometimes we need to listen more….very strong piece

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