Paradise Circus

paradise-circus

Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.

Day 11 Music Prompt: Paradise Circus by Massive Attack.

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Another good one, Davy. I like the ambiguity in ‘Big Top’.

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This sounds happy and whimsical
.thanks to the “big top” which leaves us all wondering what that big top is…

Well done Davy!!

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Yes! A poem to make you stop and think. You’re putting together words and pictures quite amazingly lately.

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It’s interesting how your poems lead to the readers having their own interpretations which results in some fun comments as well 🙂 Thoroughly enjoying reading your posts 🙂

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    Thank you NJ. I think that is the power of poetry. As readers we can apply our own interpretations. I like to think this blog is a community where people can come and express their views and love for the poetic form. If I can foster that in any way then the blog is achieving its purpose. I am also glad you are enjoying the posts 🙂

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a piece which can be interpreted in so many ways. wow. intriguing write, Davy! ❤

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I loved this! You have an amazing way with words!

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Words written are well connected, thank you.

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