Glass Breaks In Cobweb Finger Lures Poem by Terence George Craddock (Afterglows Echoes Of Starlight)

Glass Breaks In Cobweb Finger Lures



glass breaks in cobweb fracture splinters
so beautiful like a spiders spun web circle
delicate lines fractures eruption lace surface

safe until unless careless cuts fingers on splinters

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Written in October 2020 on the 27.10.2020.
Inspired by the poem 'A Lazy Poem Zzzzzzzzzzzzz' by the poet Paul Brookes.
Dedicated to the poet Paul Brookes.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Terry Craddock 03 November 2020

The solution is simple, it is not a broken glass, but glass broken; the effect can be achieve if you throw an object at a plate glass mirror, the glass can cobweb from the impact point. Even a drinking glass thrown can make this broken glass cobweb effect. Glass on a floor where an object is dropped on it can cause the same or similar effects. It's interesting.

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Mystical Glass Spiderwebs Instant Spun from what magical place do glass spiderwebs spring not spun by a spider with time slow purpose delicate a spider web is strains of silk beautiful circular webs Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Raindrops Caught On Webs Sparkling circles radiating out from a central beautiful point in stillness in breezes in light with dew diamonds raindrops caught on webs sparkling in wet day light Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

The Web Is Spun To Catch The Fly so easily we forget the web is spun to catch the fly to wrap a fly in silk larder to liquid lunch dinner drink until nothing is left but an empty mummy fly husk Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Varsha M 03 November 2020

I'm trying to imagine how a broken glass breaks cobweb. Your use of fracture splinter fractures eruption lace surface. Beautiful.

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

I wrote the poem 'Glass Spiderwebs Spun In Glass Sheets', to further develop several ideas inspired by the poem 'Glass Breaks In Cobweb Finger Lures', by the poet Terence George Craddock.

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Glass Spiderweb Instant Thrown a plate glass mirror a backed support surface glass instant spiderwebs from impact point even a drinking glass fast thrown can make this broken glass spiderweb effect or a simple stone Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Glass Broken Fracture Effects a fracture splinters fractures eruption lace surface not a broken glass but glass broken the fracture effect can be achieved if you throw an object at the glass Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Glass Spiderwebs Instant Impact Made glass spiderwebs are not spun in slow time but in an instant an instant of violent impact collision at precise impact point this is not a painted on pattern painted upon a glass surface Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Terry Craddock 14 November 2020

Empty Mummy Fly Husk to be discarded as web waits to trap catch new flies new meals to time waiting patient slow time catch to waiting eat in slow time spider time leisure meals Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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