Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 13, 2016
Field, Global, Gratitude, Lest We Forget, November Notes, Poetry, Poppy, Remembrance, Remembrance Sunday, Senryu, Shell, Souls
Illustration Credit: Davy D.
Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.
Day 13 Music Prompt: Shell Suite by Chad Valley.
Oh my…oh my, Davy–this is so moving; again your trademark simplicity reaches deep within my heart.
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Thank you Delyn. Your kind feedback means a lot. Have a blessed Sunday.
You are always most welcome, Davy! Blessings to you 🙂
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Thank you 🙂
Ohh i would have to butt in and agree with you..simplicity at its best..!!!!👏👏👏👏
Thank you Mich. I appreciate the kind words and comment.
As always…i fan i am
Yes, hands clapping all ’round!
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A sensitive and fitting comment. Thanks, Davy
Much appreciated Roland.
This is packed with so much. And is so very true. I am always in awe with how people manage to say so much in so few words. I am struggling and learning to do so at the same time. Love the simplicity of the image too 🙂
P.S. Apologies for the late replies and comments.
Thank you for the kind comments NJ. For me it is just practice. I have been working with the Haiku / Senryu (17 syllable form) for nearly a year now. I enjoy it as it gets things down to basics and helps for writing longer pieces. Please don’t worry about the timing of any reply. Any reply or comment is gratefully accepted 🙂
Simple but powerful. Good work, Davy.
Thank you Devereaux, your kind words are appreciated.
Thank you Sarah. Your kind words are appreciated.
i will never be able to figure how you can say a loooot in so few Davy. this is epic!
Thank you Rosema. I have oft been referred to as a man of few words. Thank you for your inspiring comments 🙂
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