These words will prove I lived.
writer womanthese two poems are blue murder! i would like to pay a compliment but a reader can not just here fumbling till the hour of reckoning..they were too beautiful
These could even substitute as words for a play, Sara.There are remarkable little twists here and there.God Bless
Sara,what a talented poetess you are!Your poems have some kind of subtlity that haunts...I just want to say wow!thank you for sharing...
Do you write any longer pieces in this vein? Are you interested in such an opportunity? Paul Harvey, and others I'm sure, would be involved in...the rest of the story.
Oh, how WONDERFUL!Grinning hugely,wishing you a Happy Tuesday,Hedwyg
sara I loved this. powerfull with a lighthearted touch thanks
So few words, such a huge story! Wonderfully done!
Your play of words is admirable..you take the simplest of words 'still' and give so much meaning to it. Thank you.
Can you use even fewer words to evoke experience?Brilliant. I can learn a lot here.sinful lonely girl cuts deep as does the repetition of still in bold. Perhaps because it reminds me of someone close to me. Harrowing. Beautiful. The red fits perfectly.
Sara, such a lovely statement about the dreams of we all carry deep within us. I love the word play and how it flows. Well done!love-bd
This is short and to the point and poignant. Makes me wonder who it is about.
innocent...but a hint of the erotic in final line...you nast girl..haha.
Oh how I can feel and relate to this poem, Sara. Very well done..:)
Post a Comment