Live for the Love of it
find happiness always...with faith hope & loveits a bit easier.smiles.never tried one of these.might need to.
Thank you for visiting, Brian :-)
Great message in compact form :-)
Somehow, in my attempts to study poetry, I haven't come across this form before. (Or perhaps I did, and then forgot -_- *hangs head*) Thanks for the introduction! I'll have to give it a go, seems like there's lots of room for creative play. I liked your take on the form; very uplifting, kudos :D
Fred mentioned triptych poems and I looked them up :-) It's a fun form to try.Thank you for visiting!
...never heard of a triptych poem but def like the effect & versatility... smiles...
Thank you, Kelvin :-)
nice, and the way you put this together here, you actually have six triptych's, very cool how that worked out. Thanks for putting this together for us. Definitely enjoyed.
Thank you very much, Fred.
nice..love how this can be read in different ways.. hope for happiness and loving the other...nice..
Thank you, Claudia :-)
I love this and how you seemed to have put a lot of thought into it, incorporating some of my (and almost everyone else's) favourite intangible things and it's cute/ funny/ awesome how it can be read in different ways. :)
Thank you so much!
Thank you, Mary!
This would make a neat postcard poem
You reckon? Maybe I'll try submitting it to some postcard company. Thank you, Barbara.
You bravely went for the triptych, and succeeded beautifully, too! Very impressive.
Thank you, this little triptych gave me a bit of a hard time :-)
Awesome poem, Sasha ... and you've won my, "Name That Book" contest, congratulations! Please see my blog post for instructions on your prize .... :)
Julie, thank you very much! This is so exciting! :-)
So very cool! You made it look easy. Like many of the other commenters I want to try this now!
I enjoyed this, it was a bit like putting together a puzzle. It was good for my "little gray cells" to quote my beloved Poirot :-)Thank you for your comment!