I becomes we
and then you and I
and then just you
and then just I.
~ e.e. harper
In the process of writing a post for today I think I wrote a tiny poem. I don’t write poetry and I am afraid I have not read much either so I am not even sure this could be called a poem, but here is for you to consider.
Of course I have a story that goes with it, but in looking at the words and rolling them around on my tongue I thought about all the possibilities and different stories that any of us could create from the sixteen words above.
If you come back later I’ll share one story with you … the one that inspired it.
(Having both a first and middle name that begin with E, I could not resist signing my work in the manner of a real poet.)
Very cool poet signature and a very sublime poem.
I love it ♥ I am sure you have a very inspirational story to tell us 😉
looks official to me.
can’t wait to read your story.
AND… that sculpture is amazing and beautifully photographed
Nice poetry e.e. One line shorter and you’d have a haiku!
I recognise the sculpture from paradise. I will mail you re: next week.
p.s have you see PW’s Love photos today? Just fabulous.
When I first clicked on this I thought it was a Pedi Egg. Imagine my relief when I noticed it’s a sculpture.
I write poetry and have had some poems published. Cummings rocks, though. He is The Man.
Here’s one of my lame efforts at haiku, which was actually published in the UGA literary magazine:
take a wok.
I know, you’re bent over laughing…
It’s a poem- if you say it’s a poem- plus it looks cool paired with the photo. Looking forward to the story…e.e. (I like that..)
The poem works perfectly with the image. Something about its simplicity..the way the words form. Terrific!!!
Does your literary reach know no bounds? 🙂
Packing for the long drive north..
Love e.e. anything! 🙂
I fixed my link – thanks for looking! Hope you’re off to a great start for your weekend.
It’s more a poem than some I’ve read and it makes sense too! Be back later for the story! 😉