I am a tapestry

I am a tapestry

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney

unfinished

 

I am not finished nor will be,

I am a tapestry.

A soul that drifts in this body,

It is my prodigy.

 

I blend with you as much I can,

Within this short life span.

But what is done when time is done,

Same soul new life begun.

 

Each time I see so differently,

For all eternity.

Picture perfect,  don’t want to be!

Unseen means more to me.

 

So when you look upon my flesh,

A mere camouflage mesh.

Behold and see what is beyond,

The soul that laced this bond.

 

No; religion, gender or race,

Just purity and grace.

I am not finished nor will I be,

I am a tapestry.

~Melody 

© 2012 Kimberly "Melody" Carney


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...and what IS a tapestry after all, but a thousand strands, woven together so that certain parts show and certain parts are concealed. Is that not what EVERY human life is? The real question, one which you seem well on the way to addressing, is: "Is the picture that is revealed by your weaving the picture that the Master Weaver would have you represent?"--"An ever-lasting vision/ Of the ever-changing view" Very well put, Melody!

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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If humans could write things in modern syntax 50,000 years ago while also knowing what would become of the species 50,000 years later... this is probably the sentiment they'd try and convey.


You are an objectively good writer.


Posted 2 Years Ago


Tapestries, in their uniqueness are multicolored strands where one may seem small and insignificant, contributes to the whole. Imagine if one strand were to snag, it could potentially ruin the whole design. Oh, and how varied it is! Between the dye, style, and everything that goes into it. How we all are a never ending string woven and changed throughout our lifetimes that the final product of who we become is often who we'll be remembered as.

Beautifully written.

Posted 6 Years Ago


good work here well done Melody

Posted 6 Years Ago


euf... this is very well-expressed. Simple yet deep. Deep in its simplicity and simple in its deepness. I am maybe making no sense... But ask me what I felt, I'll say "everything". What a tapestry... what a prodigy... what a woman. :)

Posted 6 Years Ago


I have tears of happiness in my eyes love, to see you here again, and reading you.... we are ever connected... so have missed you!

You ever write with the quill, I use too... loved this, it's just perfect..... ♥

(((HUGS)))

- Eli

Posted 6 Years Ago


This tapestry is very articulate, very nicely woven together (pun intended) and imaginative, ( I really enjoyed).

Posted 6 Years Ago


The idea is clearly expressed. Only a few subltle criticisms maybe.

Posted 6 Years Ago


statue is hot. body is rockin. b***s look real wow.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Kimberly "Melody" Carney

7 Years Ago

Guess you never have much to say about the poems...just the picture's, thats ok, Maisahl...thats ok
That is a splendid piece of poetry :) Lovely flow , lovely words , lovely write , thank you for sharing.... :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Very good music and amazing poetry. I like the use of tapestry to make your point in the poem. Life is a journey to piece a life together. Artwork gave life to the words. Thank you for the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

Posted 8 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.


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Kimberly "Melody" Carney
Kimberly "Melody" Carney

Denver, CO



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