I like your spare use of words to express the imagery in this poem, almost like a haiku. And I also enjoyed your interview on poetic bloomings and was really interested by the concept of "small stones" - I assume this is one of them.
i felt like that before. few words with lots of imagery
I felt my lungs tighten.A great quick blast of experience here.
When weather matches mood..sometimes you don't know if the discomfort is inside or out..you made this feel stickily claustrophobic..Jae
Great images. You have a flair for description and emotion. It gets difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins. I like that. Very good.
Temperature extremes really are the pits. You have captured heat very well indeed.
Phew! Know what you mean - we had 44C plus the other day; getting there again today too.
I like this! You've packed a lot in this acrostic poem, and I especially liked the comparison to a summer cold. I had a roof job to do today here in south Georgia--you described my day with accuracy!
and thus i am off to the pool to cut that HEAT...ha
I love that last line. This is really fantastic Laurie
Laurie, great take on the 3WW prompt. To the point... appropriate because, when you are suffering a summer cold, there's not much else to say. Hope you are better soon, hon. Amyhttp://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/07/09/city-summer-3ww-and-poets-united-interview/
Terrific construction. Laurie.http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2011/07/09/altered-reverie/
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