Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 28, 2016
Childhood, Hurt, Life, Look After You, November Notes, Pictures, Poetry, Senryu, Tears, The Fray
Written for November Notes, hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.
Day 28 Music Prompt: Look After You by The Fray.
Lovely, as usual. Great work Davy 🙂
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Thank you Maja. Your kind words are much appreciated 🙂
I do like your neat ambiguity in your use of ‘tears’.
Thank you Roland, that is appreciated.
beautiful and heart touching words!
Thank you Erica, your kind words and taking time out to visit and comment are much appreciated.
oh. can be interpreted in so many ways, Davy. but there is pain indeed of a snatched innocence. Great job!
Thank you for your insightful comments Rosema 🙂
I really like how your words are free to be interpreted in many ways. Every reader can read it and see it in a whole new way and that’s the brilliance of all your poems 🙂
Thank you NJ. I think of them as seeds that people can take away and harvest as they want. I appreciate your kind words 🙂
Thank you Kavita. Your kind words mean a lot to me 🙂
You’re always welcome 🙂
Your visual is hauntingly impactful. Words & picture touch the heart.
Thank you Gilda, your kind words and comments are much appreciated 🙂
You are welcome Davy!
Oh WOW, this really got to me, Davy–powerful, intense, deeply familiar. Well done.
Switching gears for a moment, I was having another look at Canva…maybe you could answer a question or 2 from me? Do you pay for the plan/services you’re using? If not, and you use the “free forever” plan–is it really “free”, and does it do all you need it to do? I just want to upload images from free sources…and it would help to have the feature whereby you can lighten the background so that text shows up well. Any help you can offer regarding these questions would be greatly appreciated, thanks! 🙂 Delyn/Stella
Thank you Delyn. I hope the poem did not bring back too many bad feelings. As regards Canva, I started off using the free basic package and moved onto the Canva for Work package. From what I remember it did provide some functions for altering backgrounds, but it was completely free. It may be worth signing up and trying 🙂
Your writing is amazingly strong for such a concise style/form, and often packs a brilliant punch. Thanks very much for the Canva advice, Davy–I may try the free-basic and see what happens 🙂
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