Copyright © Stan Ski 2008 - 2015
I love the word zephyr.I feel a bit on edge now.1st Day of Spring!
I like the paradox between the idea of a zephyr and a convulsion...well written!
Thanks to:Nessa; I think most would use the word 'Aura' more 'conventionally'.Aayushi; In medical terms 'Aura' is a condition experienced before a seizure - an icy chill, accompanied by blinding flashes of light.
Powerful words for a disturbing incident.
Thanks Anthony; An Aura is not neccesarily a pleasent thing.
I like the negative shades of it..as a dirge it sucks!
Tight,concise,vivid; great write!
Intense and striking, yet with so few words! Powerful.
Thanks to:Gautami; I like to explore perspectives.Dances; An alternative side of Aura.Sweetest; It's a fact of life for many.
I usually associate zephyrs with warm winds, so this gets outside the box for me. Which is good.
A powerful grouping of words that intice paradox. Simple yet complex. I like it Stan!
Though provokingly short. Haiku is perfect for that kind of idea, and you do it well.
Thanks to:Mojo; You could be right, but I'll leave it as it is.Loch Rob; 'Intice', or perhaps 'Entice' would be a good substitute for 'Herald'.Carina; Haiku is an appropriate way of expressing many things in few words.
Nicely done! Great choice of words~
Hi Stan--I'm with Rob on this. It's a very powerful post--and I think each and every word that you used makes it so.
you have me wondering about what sort of convulsion? Your words painted images in my mind, they pulled me in.
Thanks to:Patti; I wanted an alternative use of aura, and found it.Robin; This kind odf aura is a very powerful sensation.Tammie; In medicine, the term aura usually applies to the sensations experienced prior to a seizure, or eoileotic fit.
Powerful - it's edgy and a little frightening.
Sorry Tammie I must have taken my eyes off the keyboard there - I meant ePilePtic fit.
Thanks Tumblewords; To witness AND to experience.
Brilliantly portrayed! I'm left chilled and on alert!
Thanks Sister Julia; I'm not sure how I would prepare for such an event.
Stan;brilliant!i cant say much more!
Thanks Amity; One word does the job.
Oh, like migraine aura, but worse. Powerful words for a powerful event.
Thanks Fourwinds; I guess 'aura' is applied to many conditions.