Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 19, 2016
Battle, Day, Face, Fight, Missing, November Notes, Pain, Pain Told Love, Poetry, Senryu, Tribe Society
Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.
Day 19 Music Prompt: Pain Told Love by Tribe Society.
Davy. I love the way you can marry prose and picture so aptly.
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Thank you Roland. That is appreciated.
Indeed a beautiful marriage of picture and poetry..
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Thank you Mich. Your kind words are greatly appreciated.
As always ..
Thank you Sarah. That is very much appreciated 🙂
Yes, Davy. You always leave me with a soulful image.
Thank you Laura. I like to think that most of my poetry comes from the soul so your comment means a lot to me.
oh Davy. this is hits the heart HARD!
Thank you Rosema. It was written after watching a programme on missing people and my experiences of dealing with missing people in the police. Thank you for taking time out to visit and comment.
ooooooh. and you packed so much in so few. you captured the emotion of those left behind cluelessly waiting. great job!
Thank you Rosema. It was the experience of dealing with those left behind. It leaves a huge mark on your heart 😦
oh. 😦 😦 😦
Powerful poem especially with the missing puzzle piece. Great job!
Thank you Gilda, your kind words are much appreciated 🙂
Very welcome Davy. My pleasure!
I love how you manage to get the perfect image to go with your words. Your words have a powerful impact anyway, along with the image… it completes the picture.
Thank you NJ. Your kind words are much appreciated. I like to link the two together as much as I can. Some people say that poetry should be left without pictures but I like to provide a small prompt to go with the poems 🙂
You are most welcome, Davy 🙂 I agree with you. An image to accompany a poem is a prefect blend.
Thank you NJ 🙂
WOW, as in Wow-Good
Thank you Delyn. I appreciate your kind comments 🙂
Most welcome 🙂
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