These all are just rich. "stranger to your plight" is very strong and it is so multi-layered. The last line of the third really gave me pause.
OH Qualcosa, these are beautiful, sad and poignant. My theme for life this week has been why do people want to hurt each other so much?
These are beautiful, and the pictures add texture and dimension. I'd buy a book from you anyday!I love poetry. Oh, I write BEAUTIFUL poetry and songs and music in my twilight sleep! Then I wake up thinking, "remember, remember!" even as it fades with the reality of day. :) It's so easy in my sleep - it makes me laugh that I don't really dream, but I write words and music instead. And ones I can't even remember, at that.What does THAT say about me? I think I have too many words in my head, that's what... ;)
Three very diffferent but equally magic pieces. These are stunning. When I saw the prompt away back, my first thought was bleeding, as in printing. Then I thought of ink. You took it way beyond my imagination. "Careless word cuts with skill" is striking because "word" is singular. In a poem of few words, this really points to the power of language! (And the beauty and safety of silence!)Writing in Faith: Poems
Three exquisite gems, each different, each profound. These are just wonderful and the pictures add something extra. Thank you.
I Like "careless words cutting" and also "Fountain pen bleeding"Excellent work.
All are so vivid. Very powerful too. ravages of time
As said before, three great works. I was very drawn (no pun intended) to the first. However, the picture with the second really made that strike a chord.
All vivid and true. Great haikus - really can't add more to what has already been said. ;)
..these words provoke thought and the sorrow carries grace..thanks..
Great lines in all! The third one really hit me, though.
love the first one, as usual, nicely written
Another wonderful set of photos and haiku. Interesting how many images and emotions the word bleeding can conjure up. Peace,JP/deb
These are the bees knees. I keep reading them, and they don't stop.
I can't say more than others have said.Thank you!
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