Line

Line

A Poem by Fran Marie
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Senryu

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I'm an unused line

caught between your choice of words

erased from your mind

© 2010 Fran Marie


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This a powerful piece as it caused me to stop and think about things around me and the world as whole. The pure conveying of some thing more than what is merely stated as we see lines as the meaning of everything and nothing. We can see the depth of a souls perspective being unraveled before our very eyes and what truth have we learned to knowing something of the everything that comes together to make each of us whole and as individual parts of a larger picture of the world.


Great Job!!!!!!

Posted 13 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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Lines are crossed many times even if it is mentally with words.

Posted 2 Months Ago


As I read your words they linger, rocking my tounge as if daring to be read aloud to grasp a deeper more metaphoric meaning than the obvious. The haiku form lens itself to the reader adding his own words to fill in a personal meaning.
Congrats on the win!

Posted 2 Months Ago


  Fran Marie

2 Months Ago

Thanks for reading and the
kind review Jaycee..i so appreciate;
A fun poem about writing! I admire your creativity. Great syntax!

Posted 2 Years Ago


uau! fantastic!
beautiful powerful image!
I wish it was write by me!
Congratulations

Posted 4 Years Ago


  Fran Marie

4 Years Ago

Awhh.. thanks.. so vey much appricite it
This is by far one of my favourite senryus I have ever read.

Posted 6 Years Ago


I love the whole metaphor behind this and how it actually can be relatable. Just the idea of being like a line, it's so thoughtful.

Posted 9 Years Ago


Oh, I like this Fran!


Posted 9 Years Ago


i hate when that happens! LOL. you say a lot with very litte, as are haikus. good work. i think every poet and writer will relate to this

Posted 9 Years Ago


oh well written, brilliant!

Posted 10 Years Ago


beautiful representation of one obliging distance from another. i like it.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Fran Marie

Paris, KY



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