Commitment

Commitment

A Chapter by Dr. YumnaKay
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Experimenting with breaking words.

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Love was ~

 

perhaps never


my thing

 


or

 


maybe commit

ment

 

was never


yours ...



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A nice experiment. I may try something like this myself.
I think breaking the word "commitment" was a good choice; it helped symbolize the character's broken relationship. The brevity, line breaks, and ellipsis at the end really help the piece resonate. Though, I suggest wording the last line as "was never yours" because I think the word "never" adds more emphasis than "wasn't." Other than that, I've nothing to critique. Well done.

- William Liston

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Dr. YumnaKay

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That was what I tried to convey through the breaking of that word. I'm glad you could relate the two.. read more



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Some people view commitment as an obligation that restricts freedom of their actions. They are not ready for a true relationship … Loved the message conveyed in a brevity of strong poetic text! :-)

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

I totally agree on that point. Thank you for your thoughts here and for liking, Phill 😊
yes, that is it now...love is not my thing...commitment was at one time...well more than one time...but now?

commitment to less complications...

i like this.

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

I like your thoughts on this. Thank you for appreciating, Jacob.
Woah! Those couple of words are really deep Yumna! Amazing job Yumna!
Keep it up

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

Thank you for appreciating, Shaan. Glad you liked it. 😊
Mr.Writer

7 Months Ago

No problem
The brevity of this is something I truly admire. I'd say you nailed it!

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

Thank you for appreciating, Kelly. 😊
if it`s real, you melt into one another

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

Probably yes... Thank you for your words here.
SALTY OML but this is great nonetheless

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

Thank you :)
Ouch. Pure venom rolling off the tongue. Its incredible how a few words can have a direct hit to the core. Put up or shut up. Love the attitude. Nice job!

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

I love your interpretation here. Thank you for appreciating, duff. 😊
duff

7 Months Ago

You're welcome. Anytime.
So deep. I really liked it.

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Dr. YumnaKay

7 Months Ago

Thank you, Najam. Glad you did 😊
Najam Us Saher

7 Months Ago

You're welcome.

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