corner view ≈ poem

loose words become a poem. or not. i haven't written a poem for a long time. looking back upon my 2013 daily-poem-spell, i now understand its shortcomings : poetry needs reflection. a poem needs adjusting and digesting, before it may shine. i have a year's worth of revision lying in wait for my forgiving eye. jane's corner view, francesca's hosting, joanne & ibb's theme. 

13 comments :

  1. I love your poetry. I cannot do poetry. I tried when I was much younger and in love with poets. Perhaps that is the worst time :)

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  2. Even if it countered easy, the poetry is challenging! Your poem is like a smile... a hug...

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  3. your words make me happy!! I'd like to see this daily poem journal. I'm sure there are gems in there!!

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  4. I love your light and loose poetry!
    Its fitting for our age I do believe:))
    Leaving space around words, room to listen, and
    a pattern that makes us feel comforted and welcome.
    thank you heartfelt♡♥

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  5. i'm sure that is the case. even just reading poetry needs reflection!

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  6. How fun it will be to revisit your poems after they've rested, give them another look. You may wind up with a whole new set of poems inspired by your originals!

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  7. I like be light and short poetry the best :)

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  8. Don´t go back, just go ahead. Keep on writting ;)
    Poems are just something of moment...from heart.

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  9. "Leaping heart" - there's a lot to reflect on there!

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  10. Of course when I read 'leaping heart" I picture a leaping HART :-)

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  11. what a wonderful trove of treasures your blog is, poems and all!

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  12. Lovely. As always! Hopefully we will get to see some of these poems after they have rested a while and been revisited by your forgiving eye :-) Karyn - Eliza's Dream

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