29 September 2010


autumn mist not knowing how to speak poetry


8 comments:

  1. All poetry in those two words "autumn mist" ... All poetry in "not knowing how to talk" ... Live beauty.

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  2. P.S: would you consider eliminating "about"? just a suggestion
    (me again)

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  3. Hi Anonymous, thanks for coming back. Interesting suggestion, I'll have to think about the implications of that. If I did, I think I'd also have to change the lines around ...

    not knowing
    how to talk poetry
    autumn mist

    And my immediate thought is, actually that might well be better!

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  4. Although ...

    autumn mist
    not knowing how to talk
    poetry

    ... aaarggh,
    each version reveals different nuances!

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  5. All gorgeous ... Yet my personal taste goes for the last one. Poetry is daring while not knowing. Full appreciation for our interaction that shines warmth.
    Cheers to poetry!

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  6. Think I'm just going to let this one settle for a little while. Cheers, Anonymous!

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  7. to anyone reading this exchange for the first time, it will make no sense at all. but that's just me, i do tend to keep meddling - i mean revising - honing! let's call it honing!

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  8. honing by stamina :) ... poem's journey, reader's privilege
    (P.S to reader: Mark initial posting "autumn mist / not knowing how to talk/ about poetry")

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