Stunning Visuals In Verse; third in a series

© Carolyn C Meltzer Photography
© Carolyn C Meltzer Photography

Photograph; ‘Thinly Veiled’



CC Meltzer Photography

© Carolyn C. Meltzer, CC Meltzer Photography

Atlanta, Georgia, USA


One of the most fundamental means to enhance poetry’s reader experience is through the pairing of stunning photographic images in a union of compelling and inspired perceptions that only the individual reader can fully embrace.

In this, a continuing series, I am honoured and excited to share a collaborative undertaking with gifted Atlanta, Georgia photographer Carolyn C. Meltzertitled ‘Stunning Visuals In Verse’ pairing my own original written verse through the inspiration of Carolyn’s striking photographic images.

Discover Carolyn’s extraordinary gift for capturing breathtaking visuals of life and the remarkable beauty of our natural surroundings. I truly felt compelled to present her breathtaking images alongside my poetic verse in a unified representation of creative arts endeavor embracing the extraordinary elements of nature that touch our heart, mind and soul.

To my readers I implore that you visit the website of Carolyn C. Meltzer, linked beneath the accompanying photo or by clicking the image itself, to explore and experience the beauty and wonderment of her subjects through an accomplished camera lens. Share in the emotions and spirit of creative and artistic collaboration through visuals in verse.

Care for and protect our natural environment…our very existence depends on it.




My footsteps cadent as tidal wash

Ebullient crescendos tumbling

Lilting as song notes in quarter time

As gemstones cleansing on pebbled shores

Sea’s buried treasures’ oft protrusion

Glistening remnants of waters’ glaze

Precious agate as fallen acorns

Bathed in a turbulence mystical


Enchanting, their colors in earth tones’

Muted opaqueness of ocean’s veil

My fingers survey their gentle breech

In the grey of winter’s morning



© Don MacIver 2013; All Rights Reserved


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2 thoughts on “Stunning Visuals In Verse; third in a series

  1. Hi there Don, you’ve certainly done justice to Carolyn’s luscious picture here – especially enjoyed the final two lines:

    “My fingers survey their gentle breech
    In the grey of winter’s morning…” Good stuff… With Best Wishes Scott


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