Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
Short, simple, uncomplicated and nice.:-)it is indeed very difficult to write such verses. simplicity in authoring (ironically) is the most difficult skill to imbibe. but you seem to have done it really well. :-)
"That's all"?Wish it wasn't.
'twould be wonderful indeed
That is nice indeed. Way too short to my taste but beautiful nevertheless.
Short...sharp and to the point.
Logicus - you have just proven the old addage that "the best prizes come in small packages."Lovely.
No trouble in getting your point across with minimal words.
Who needs a 250 when you can say it all in 40?I liked the fact that you didn't stretch the piece at the cost of its integrity. It still stands mighty.Loved the structure and flow of the piece.
What a great structure. Love the symmetry of this. Very well done.
This just kicks it...oh yes. kicks it atleast by a mile!! :DMithun Mukherjee.
What a lovely piece! Great job.
You make it seem such a reasonable request that I almost feel this desire is achievable.Lovely poem.
free to be...
I'm with Bernita.It was so good I wanted more...but maybe that's it eh? Leave 'em wanting more?I'm no expert on poetry - to put it mildly - but, short and sweet as it is - I could read poems like this all day!
Love that the poem itself is a silhouette of a bird- delightful!
Short but sweet!
Inspiration comes in many forms: short and long.
I'll bet this piece looks gorgeous formatted in the center instead of left justified. Very lovely little piece here.
Dear Entrants #1-105,I have read your pieces so that I can fairly participate in the Readers' Choice vote. (I read all of them through last week, before I started commenting.) I will be coming back around to offer my keep/tweak comment, but I didn't want anyone to snark. Cheers,Aerin (#236)BTW, it's perfectly fine if you still want to snark, but this way you can choose a more appropriate subject, like the Golden Globes or those wretched Old Navy dummies.
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