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Friday 24 June 2011

The Jinksy Mountains

These are The Pastel Mountains
as sculpted by the sun,
blurred lovingly by heat haze
on a day that's just begun.

These are The Fairy Mountains
on which bright pixels dance,
and wandering through their valleys,
the mind is in a trance.

These are The Peaceful Mountains
where never wind has stirred,
where no sound breaks the silence
except the sound of bird.

These are The Slate-Grey Mountains
prospectors trod of old;
their jaggedness their beauty,
their colours come from gold.

These are The Jinksy Mountains
(not Jinxy, understand),
which if not wholly natural...
Blow me, they're Jinksy-planned!

You thought them just a picture?
You're wrong, my friend, you're wrong:
they're Land Art for the record.
She's another Richard Long!


Jinksy said...

Bless you for that, Dave! I never knew I was building a range of mountains - just for Blogland! Hehehe!

jabblog said...

Your words just trip off the tongue, Dave. Jinksy Mountains - what a tribute to have a range named after you;-)

CiCi said...

Easy to recognize Jinksy Mountains, isn't it, colorful and serene and fun.

SG said...

Jinksy Mountains - wow! It is an adorable poem. Brought a smile :)

Jenny Woolf said...

Made me smile. And nice picture, they could be lots of different things.

Louise said...

Love The Fairy Mountain idea, a brilliant poem and very fitting to be linked with this wonderful piece of art.

hyperCRYPTICal said...

Excellent stuff Dave.

Anna :o]

The Weaver of Grass said...

Thanks for that Dave - I have just joined Jinksy's thing and really hadn't a clue what I was supposed to do.

Connie said...

Oh, this is fun and whimsical! Love it all, but especially

"These are The Fairy Mountains
on which bright pixels dance,
and wandering through their valleys,
the mind is in a trance."

All for GOD,

Hannah Stephenson said...

How sweet! Hope your weekend is wonderful.

Titus said...

Just wonderful! And colourful too.

Windsmoke. said...

Very vivid imagery of diverse mountains of the imagination :-).

Cloudia said...

I love this profound simplicity!


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Dave King said...

Well, you seem to have risen to new heights with your graphics. Excellent stuff!

Thanks, but just at the moment they are tripping over each other...

Absolutely. And subtle, too.

Good to hear! Thanks.

The smile is what counts!

120 Socks
Thanks. Lots of good feedback here. A tribute to Jinksy, to be sure.


The Weaver of Grass
Hope they are all as inspiring!

Connie@raise your eyes
Hi and a warm welcome to my blog. Much thanks for the valuable feedback.

Much thanks and a grand weekend to yourself.

Thanks for that.

Mountains are almost as inspiring as forests, I think.

Thanks very much.

Carolina said...

The Centre Court of Wimbledon must be a very inspiring place. This is a wonderful poem. Brought a smile to my face ;-)

Rose said...

Your words compliment Jinksy's painting very well!

Dave King said...

There is something special about the place, yes - even when there's no tennis!

Dave King said...

Thanks for the nice compliment.

Rachel Cotterill said...

Love the painting and the poem - and the way you tie them together :)

Mary said...

Lovely words for a lovely painting, DAve.