Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Autumn's Only Chariot



[Baut Images: Autumn Moon]

Celestial light
As the Sun enters Libra,
A quarter moon
That's made of silver.

Autumnal Equinox
Of stories told,
How energy balances
For those with souls.

Ride the wind,
Ride the waves,
Ride the vibrations
In Autumn's only chariot.

2012 Roger Allen Baut

Note: Once again this is a poetic triplet,
consisting 
of an image, poem, and video presentation.





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36 comments:

  1. Autumn is astounding, isn"t she? Bravo, Roger

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    1. Yes, she is Beth! Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comment! Appreciated, Roger ☺

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  2. Nice pairings and a nice tribute to Autumn...my favorite season. The final stanza is very insightful. :-)

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    1. Thanks so much Joanne for coming by and leaving your comments! Glad you liked my composition! I liked the last stanza too! Lots of waves and vibrations out there! Roger ☺

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    1. Thanks for visiting and sharing your comment with me on my composition! Sincerely appreciated, Roger ☺

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  4. The beauty of autumn expressed in your words and video. Fall, a time of change...may we change within us those things that hold us back.

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    1. Hi Susie! So happy you enjoyed my composition on Autumn! Yes, indeed, and this is a big change this Fall!

      "...may we change within us those things that hold us back." I like that Susie!

      Thanks again, Roger ☺

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  5. I'll ride that wind - such beauty captured - progressively moving - lovely Roger - xx lib

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    1. Thank you so very much for your comment! Sincerely appreciated Lib! Roger ☺

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  6. love the rather mystical close on this...the riding of autumns chariot....finding balance...i am wondering if that itself is not an ellusive myth at times...smiles...

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    1. Thanks Brian, really like your perceptive comment, "wondering if that itself is not an ellusive myth at times." I think it just might be, as we live in a world of illusion and myth a lot!

      Thanks again,
      Roger ☺

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  7. autumn's only chariot... leaves spinning their way to freedom, yes.

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    1. Like your comment a lot Jo! "autumn's only chariot... leaves spinning their way to freedom, yes." Yes! Roger ☺

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  8. Brilliant write and it's nice to read some of your peaceful words again.

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    1. Hey there! Thanks for stopping by Leigh! Yes, I sort of cycle around like the seasons, and Autumn, for me, is a time for reflection. And I love the image on your blog of the jar with leaves...Going to have to take a picture like that one! Autumn's Evening! DeeeLIGHTful! Roger ☺

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  9. A very pretty poem - the idea of the chariot is lovely - one thinks of the wind. k.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and your comment. Actually "Autumn's only chariot," came to me upon awakening one morning, and knew it was the last line of a composition. Thanks again, Roger ☺

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  10. I loved the song... I haven't heard King Crimson in awhile and have never heard this one. And I loved your poem even more. I read it a few more times while the song played... a lovely and peaceful experience. I was looking around your site and feel stimulated by what you have to say. Thank you for encouraging me to ride the wind again...

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    1. Hi Serena! Thanks for visiting and leaving your thoughts! Yes, King Crimson! Thought the "Wake of Poseidon w/Libra's theme" fit in quite well. Glad you enjoyed it! Roger ☺

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  11. Ride the wind,
    Ride the waves,
    Ride the vibrations
    In Autumn's only chariot.

    Great lines, Roger.

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    1. Thanks Ayala! Nice to see you again! So pleased you liked those lines! Roger ☺

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  12. here comes the colour of change Roger . . .

    although they must fall

    potential remains

    ever in the roots.

    all the best my friend! :)

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    1. 'Tis true Arron! Great to see you again and read your words, they do inspire you know! All the best to you too Arron! I think we must have some kind of past life connection! Roger ☺

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  13. the autumn as a chariot...yes...that sounds good to me...

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    1. Hi Claudia! Nice to see you, and so happy you enjoyed the composition's concept! Roger ☺

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  14. Love the pome, love the image, love the video - together. The experience transported me to a lovely place

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    1. Hi there Marsha! Nice to see you again! Happy you loved the 3 parts of my composition! Gotta love your line, "The experience transported me to a lovely place." Roger ☺

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  15. Who doesn't love autumn has no soul....nice tribute to a favorite season :)

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    1. I would agree with you on that...and I think there are a few of them walking around...thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts! Roger ☺

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  16. My favorite season too, I think because I was born in it and fell in love with my introduction to the world.

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    1. Ahhh, to be born in Autumn Anna! It's my favourite season too! Season of mellow fruitfulness and mist! Thanks for stopping by ans sharing your thoughts! Roger ☺

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  17. Very Cool Roger. Great lines, love the imagery. Very cool..and thanks for restarting the WWU call, missed them.

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    1. Hey yah Fred! Thanks again for stopping by and leaving your thoughts, and you're quite welcome! We took a break so we could re-group and start fresh this Autumn, with some new projects. Please check them out as they arrive! Thanks again, Roger ☺

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  18. An awesome poem for my favorite season! I"m riding the cool winds and watching as they take me to wonderful places.

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    1. Hi Dana! Nice to meet you! Appreciate you coming by and reading my composition...glad you liked the poem! Yes, indeed, Autumn is THE season! Roger ☺

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