Nice selection here, I specially like two and three
I love the third one best. And the picture.
I like the first one. sometimes you gotta use pencils.
Love these - each one thoughtful and true!
That last stanza caught me by surprise. I like these very much. I like what you have done with commitment (ink) and uncertainty!Writing in Faith: Poems
The last haiku really struck me: words slipping through the pen to paper. It reminds me of how I describe learning to my students (in mathematics): it goes from the paper to your pencil and up to your brain. Yours is in reverse, is poetic, is beautiful. It got to me very strongly. Our submission can be found here. Thank you for visiting.
all lovely... i am drawn to the "blank parchment"... guess i always am.....
oh beautiful, really very nice...
I really like the quill one. As you suggest there is something so perfect about that image that one could get lost admiring and never writing.
The first one really speaks to me - I always do crosswords in pencil in case I'm wrong. There is something delicious about a blank sheet of paper, and when that paper becomes parchment and the pen a quill, it's utterly romantic.
ooooohhhh....I love this penned haiku! excellent! xx, JP/deb
Beautiful, absolutely beautiful! Thank you:)
These all move together very well and the photo fits perfectly. They evoke so many pictures in my mind.
I like the first one, but I hate pencils.Erasing what you wrote doesn't change that you wrote it.
The last was a true "ah" moment as I read it.
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