Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash. Leonard Cohen

Thursday, February 17, 2011


image by pretendforme

Like a tight weave then
Words unravel like cheap knit
Tangles on the page

written for Haiku Challenge, Day 17, Ravel
and Thursday Poets' Rally, Week 38


Anonymous said...

Beautiful! I love the title and picture on your blog. Cute and funny!

Linda Bob Grifins Korbetis Hall said...

well done.
welcome back to poets rally.

thanks, have fun!
let me know after you are done 18 commenting.

Rachel Hoyt said...

Love it! I've started writing a few non-rhyming things at various times. It started well, but lost momentum. It unraveled. :)

My Poet's Rally post: Imbiciles Turn Criminal

Olivia said...

I kept reading it for few times till I realized that it's a short one- the words are tangled indeed. The moment I reach the end, the beginning begins automatically!

Love xoxox

Just being thoughtful: http://oliviasmindlymatters.wordpress.com/2011/02/15/pigeonic-limerick/

Anonymous said...

great focus.. just in case you have not been, here's my week 38 haha! http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/09/30/i-cant-hold-it/

brain of betty said...

My words unravel all the time, but they usually originate from my mouth. Interesting simile.

Sherry Irvine said...

fantastic analogy with words and fabric! loved it xoxo

Please feel free to visit mine at: http://poetrybysherry.blogspot.com/2011/02/beach.html

batsick said...

Love it! Here's mine http://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com/2011/02/here-today-and-maybe-melted-tomorrow.html
I also have a twitter, my username being MsMatsui. If you want, come follow me!

Anonymous said...

This is absolutely wonderful, and I like the name of your blog even more. :o) My goal is to some day be able to write such powerful poems with so few words.

Anonymous said...

cute picture, true words. awesome :D

Scott M. Frey said...

describes my writing sometimes, or at least some of my more frustrated attempts!