from unrepentant keys
missing the point
plump, wet drops of obsidian
… flinging adjectives
each silvery word
17 responses to “playing at writing”
Very nice, Melanie. I enjoyed it. Thank you. Peace. ~ Michael
How much fun was THAT???? I love it, Seeming light and fluffy but with true and deep meaning underneath. Perfect:)
🙂 I’m happy you liked it. It was fun 🙂
LOVED it. Perfectly done, ma’am. 🙂
Thank you muchly!
speaking adverbially – cleverly conceived – delightfully delivered
Thank you kindly 🙂
Playful indeed! And I’d drop adverbs everywhere if I could. 🙂
I’m guilty for sure 🙂
Whimsically delivered musings. Adorable and clever!
It is fascinating how contexts make us read poetry. I used to think the least info, the better for the poem. But you, Melanie, know how and when and why and etc..ly (yeah, I needed an adverb here). It really doesn’t take much for a play to go out of tune and walk on its own.
I thought you just might appreciate this on a different level. 😉
Exactly! Nothing kills poetry faster than assumptions 🙂
Words are certainly very powerful, and the misunderstanding of words can be a real disappointment. And I apply that to myself of course! 😉
So true and so much left open to interpretation 🙂