Killing Words are Death to Love
Sour to the core
Acerbic and without love
You sucked the sweetness
From my soul
Tart and biting
….Too much like you.
I recently realized that it's been too long since I tried my hand at one of Willow's writing prompts. Why don't you give it a try as well?
This was really good.;) I can feel the pain.ReplyDelete
I can not do this - poetry writing is simply not my thing.;)
Cor! Acidity rules, OK?ReplyDelete
'this is to the one who got away, to the one who made me' came to my mind after reading your entry. Nice!ReplyDelete
Cara Steviewren tu ed io siamo abbastanza simili siamo entrambi riflessivi. Il post che hai pubblicato rivela a me la tua grande sensibilità e dolcezza. Steviewren amica mia, entra nel mio mondo. Ti lascio l'indirizzo del mio blog. http://ilregnodelleone.blogspot.com Con amicizia Giovanni.ReplyDelete
Oh my Stevie. Your story is mesmerizing. I can feel the pain and acidity. Scary good.ReplyDelete
Nicely done. It's always interesting to see what different folks come up with for these.ReplyDelete
You have a way with pen/ink not just drawn but written as wellReplyDelete
Lots of emotion packed in these few lines. Well done, Stevie.ReplyDelete
'Leaving me tart and biting' ... great descriptive words.ReplyDelete
This is fantastic stevie!ReplyDelete
killing words are death to so much, hard hitting, which is impressive in so few lines.ReplyDelete
the open line is grand.ReplyDelete
Oooohhh...chills! Great! And fun to see the little announcement up there :-) Had a great time tonight fonduing and celebrating with you!!ReplyDelete
Oh, and I thought that was a BLOOD ORANGE in the photo, too, which made it all even better!ReplyDelete
The pink cherry blossom photos - wonderful - pink icing, love it!
Such depth for a short piece as this. Nicely done.ReplyDelete
Powerful poem Stevie...i love it! :-)ReplyDelete
or as I like to call it: 'Ode to my ex-husband'. LOLReplyDelete
I was just thinking about you this afternoon. Came home from the pottery studio and pulled some things from the kiln. I'll be posting them later this week. Glad to see the creative juices flowing - beautiful writing.
Stevie, this was great. So creative and well done! I hadn't done a magpie in a long time myself so I was inspired by the blood...my forensic soul, you know. Mine is at:ReplyDelete
Please feel free to share 1 to 3 poems with our potluck poetry today, first time participants could use old poems or poems unrelated to our theme, Thanks..ReplyDelete
love your blog, your poetry is impressive!