0 thoughts on “Weaving words”

  1. I was unfamiliar with the form. So I looked it up. Fairly recent …2003 born in the Philippines. So applying what they said I found this extremely creative. The way you began traditionally, then inverted, then stacked the form together. I thought the third was in that way the most successful of the three. Not only did it form a tear drop but the emotion pulled one from the reader. Excellent. Thank you for the work and the enlightenment. Gay (@beachanny)

    1. Thank you for the kind words !! Am really glad you read all and even noticed the variations i tried .. Yes, the last one came pretty well considering it allowed me more words than the usual 😉

  2. The second part has this “breathless” quality to it that emphasizes your well-chosen words. cheers, Nimue. The whole poem is intense through few words.

  3. Night whispers, but for memories, all would have been forgotten… like this new style that you introduced me to.. will check out more of the same…
    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya

  4. Nimue,
    I saw Tumblewords post too.

    Fantastic, what you have done. The first was too lovely but this too deserves repeated reading…

    Tears
    of heart
    unseen but felt

  5. Oooo I really like the style. You must do more. I learn much better by watching.
    Could feel the “night whispers”..

    Thanks for sharing with One Shot Wednesday

    I really appreciate your thoughtful award. I embrace that love in my heart.

    Moon smiles

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