Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Magpie Tales #51: Pieces

P ie c e s

Brok
en


di
vi
ded

red

raw
rugged

Worn
chipped
old
biased


Muted
mellowed
motionless

Jagged
crumbling


Wisened


Pieces


This poem was inspired by the photo from Magpie Tales. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

31 comments:

  1. Thanks, Gigi Ann. I was still editing it when you stopped by!

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  2. I agree with Gigi - you're very creative!

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  3. Kathy, I'm probably a bit insane, as well! :)

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  4. What an interesting poem the structure makes it!

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  5. Only a true artist could have thought of it this way! The best so far!

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  6. What a brilliant idea - words as bricks! Your mind must really work in an amazingly creative way.

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  7. very creative and thought provoking

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  8. Thank you all for being so kind to me! :)

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  9. Wonderful! I'm so glad you decided to join in, especially with such a creative and thoughtful poem.

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  10. Creative take, nice form... each brick placed specific to its task. Nice.

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  11. Love it. What the words and picture make you do is go in close and look, really look.

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  12. I loved the way you did this with the words written down as though bricks... very clever.

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  13. Very nice! I also like how it was arranged. I wish I could do something like this, but feel that I all that creative!

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  14. I love your original take on this prompt! Very interesting how you played with the form of the words! Thanks for visiting my blog too!

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  15. Love the words you used. Beautifully done!
    Natalie :0)

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  16. I loved the way that you structured this...very nicely done.

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  17. I love the all-over-the-place format. An added boost to an interesting piece!

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  18. Suko, I didn't know you could write poetry! Wonderful images with words!!

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  19. Wonderful, so much so succinctly said.

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