Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 1, 2016
Bus, Love, November Notes, Poetry, Senryu, Smile, Window
Written for November Notes, hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies. Come and have a go at the musical fun.
Day 1 Music Prompt: Almost Lovers by A Fine Frenzy.
That’s awesome. Really captivating in such a small piece.
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Thank you Devereaux. That is greatly appreciated. Are you getting involved in November Notes?
Nope. Posting parts of my novel for NaNoWriMo.
Best of luck with that Devereaux 🙂
I do like the ‘might have been’ concept – very fruitful in terms of the imagery invoked. Love your idea – well matched by the background image.
Thank you Roland. I am using this challenge in November to experiment with some things so any feedback would be most valued. Thank you for taking time out to read and comment.
Oh Wowza….just a glance…this is heart-throbbingly wonderful, Davy, and I love that it’s through a bus window. Very nice “common experience” touch 🙂
Thank you Delyn. Your kind words are appreciated. I am good at the common stuff 🙂 Looking forward to this challenge through November. Thanks for dropping by and taking time out to comment.
You’re more than welcome, Davy–my pleasure 🙂
Reminds me of my school days where glances and quick smiles made hearts flutter and minds wonder 🙂
Thank you NJ. I’m glad you liked it. It is great to connect. One of the joys of these challenges is meeting new poets and writers 🙂
You’re most welcome. It definitely is great to connect with other writers. It helps gain a lot of inspiration and learn so much 🙂 I’m so looking forward to reading many more.
Thank you 🙂
I am smiling Davy….that “might have been” is so captivating..
Thank you Mich. I am so pleased you liked it. Glad you could drop by and take time to comment and enjoy 🙂
This is awesome!
Thank you Sarah. Your kind words are appreciated and also the time you and Rosema have taken to put together this excellent challenge.
You’re very welcome! 😊
Beautiful senryu. You captured so much in such a fleeting glance
Thank you Melinda. I am glad you enjoyed it and thank you for taking time out to read and comment 🙂
You’re welcome on both counts 😊 I don’t get around the WP community as much as I used to thanks to my job, but I always repay comments.
Likewise Melinda 🙂
So nice. I love the imagery and tone. You make us feel as if we’re on that bus.
Thank you Laura. Your kind words are much appreciated 🙂
so much in so few, Davy. Sigh. Sigh.
Thank you Rosema. There still may be hope 🙂
maybe!! we’ll never know!
I agree with Rosema. This speaks so much in so few words, D. Poignant and profound. </3
Thank you Maria. I appreciate the kind comments 🙂
You are most welcome, D. 😁
I liked the concept here as I’m a lover of imaginary things ❤
Thank you Kavita me too. I appreciate you visiting and commenting 🙂
I like the content of your blog 🙂
It’s really interesting.
And welcome 🙂
Thank you Kavita 🙂
Just getting up to date on your recent work, Davy. I have to say, I loved this one. So very sweet and touching!
Cheers Shaun. Glad you liked it and thanks for taking time out to read and comment 🙂
I like reading your poems; they always seem to brighten my day that little bit more!
The ones coming up Shaun are from the darker side. You may change your view on that LOL 🙂
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