I just sit upon a writing desk, and write. And then, I tell stories. Legends of long ago.
Interesting. I like it.
Thanks Kat, as I said it is an experiment.
i like how you lead me to the final line. something is missing, but it's the one i should find out myself :)
Dear Arian, exactly what I wanted to try out. This was inspired by the many varied poetry to Magpie 102.
I like this quite a bit! Soulful. and no Jello does NOT kill ~:-)
Thanks, Kathe. No it doesn't, does it? Jello makes everyone smile.
Thank you Taylor. I am so glad you see it that way.
Interesting...I had to read it though more than once...
Dear Tess, this poem was inspired by your earlier prompt. Everyone had a different take, with many different results. So I aimed to write a poem where everyone has to create his or her own storyline. Which starts with a woman with a heart.
nice...only way to live is by the heart...
Oh yes Brian. Without question.
Great power to this.
Thank you Anthony. It was a powerful picture wasn't it, thanks to Tess.
A successful experiment, I'd say - thought-provoking.
Thanks, I hope it provokes some.
I love how you left remains on its own lineto be read ....very good
Thanks Suz, It was intended to spin off some thought. I hope it did its job.
I like it.Every word does its job.=)
And words are our loveliest tools, eh Sue?
I so love this - love that having led with her heart all of her life, that all of her remains after death. Beautiful.
Thank you Sherry. If you loved it, my experiment must have worked after all.
The final line works like a re-start! Very nice!
Yes it does, doesn't it? Thank you Tumblewords.
Oh, this can be read a couple ways, that quite a feat for so few words.
I very seldom work with purpose, when I write poetry, Mary. It usually flows. So this was the result, as I said earlier, such an experiment.
I really love this Ninot!! I read it several times outloud....thought provoking indeed!
Thank you Carrie. After reading your comment, I read the poem aloud, and found I liked the experience.
I think this is brilliant.
Helen, I am really glad you think so, for once again, you show me it was good to experiment.It looks unfinished, and yet it was supposed to leave a question, a little something, hanging in the air.
I must admit I can understand what you have said so briefly. Of coarse, we may see the underline philosophy differently, if it is philosophy.
Dear Pakcik,I am so happy I am still able to lure you to my poetry blog. It is here I try to hone my real craft.
love it, simple and profound.
Thank you Jingle! Keeping it simple is the best, though not quite easy. As I am doing here, we tend to say too much at times!
Hello,How are you?Do you like challenges?Share your talent with us by writing for our theme today, or share a random piece of poetry.Hope to see you soon!Best wishes.Cheers.Happy Creative Writing,xoxox
If time permits, I'll try. As it is I just returned from a long break from poetry due to other writing commitments.
A successful experiment, then?
Yes Doctor FTSE. It seems so. You can say it was just what the good doctor ordered.
This is a clever brilliant write!Anna :o]
Dear Anna,And that was most appreciated.
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