Vista to Beholden

The following poem was inspired by Trent Chau’s amazing photograph. You can learn more about his photography and take part in the picture prompt challenge today @ One Stop Poetry


Vista to Beholden  

Stop watch beyond all points
Wings pan our moments

Given heart’s altitude
Vista to beholden

33 Responses to “Vista to Beholden”

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Adam Dustus, Adam Dustus. Adam Dustus said: Vista to Beholden: http://wp.me/pnd9L-1SB […]

  2. I love the line – Given heart’s altitude!
    Different, yet perfectly fits the picture πŸ™‚

  3. “Vista to Beholden,” certainly does describe the photo well. It truly is a Vista to Behold.

  4. The image makes me consider seemingly impossible goals…. Thanks for stopping by and posting today, Gigi Ann πŸ™‚ Very nice πŸ™‚

  5. Love how the depth of the few words you select, enhance the beauty of the photo.

  6. Nice one, Adam. I think you captured that photo exactly.

  7. Just read your post, Glynn. You always write very polished lines that are thought provoking. Cheers

  8. Vista to behold, few words but with all the beauty spelt out

  9. Short but twisty, as always, to get the mind around, just the way it should be. Nicely done.

  10. Nicely worded picture Adam.
    That photo is stunning

  11. beautiful write yet again.

  12. Cheers πŸ™‚ Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  13. Choice!! words Adam

    ‘wings’ panned such a panoramic

    ~ Lib ~

  14. I love how you put man’s deep aspiration to have wings so we may with wings “pan our moments”!

  15. Short but sweet. You spread your wings about the boundless beauty of the photo, and capture it nicely–“Vista to beholden” indeed. All the world lies before us. Nice work, Dustus!

  16. Fantastic job on One Shoot today! Very glad to see your talents being recognized. Can’t wait to read the next one πŸ™‚

  17. ..wings pan our moments…is beyond beautiful

  18. I appreciate how four contained lines describe so much. Whether or not intended there are a couple of subtle and lovely wordplays here also.

  19. I admit there are a few plays on words in this one πŸ™‚
    Thank you, Maureen

  20. love the way your words add dimension to what is already a perfect picture

    Wings pan our moments
    Given heart’s altitude

    beautiful

  21. I couldn’t be concise today, I loved the photograph that much. Good work here Adam.

  22. I love the elegant simplicity of your poem — it is beautiful!

    and thanks for dropping by my place too.

  23. i love that you captured that sense of ‘this is beyond me’ and worth stopping all to partake/behold. that is the Beauty and why we need it:)

  24. makes me think adam!

  25. A gorgeous poem! Open ended to me…

    You really capture the visual….

    Lady Nyo

  26. Breathtaking!Both the pic and the words!Vista Beholden.Love how its sounds conveys awe and breathtaking beauty!

    Amazing how few words can define so much!

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