Wordless

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No matter how

many words

we use,

they can’t

completely

describe what

must be

felt.

April Love Prompt: Love Is . . .

This year I’m celebrating National Poetry Month by combining  NaPoWriMo’s daily poetry challenge with Susannah Conway’s April Love daily photo prompts on Instagram. Each day of April, you will observe the same photo in my Instagram feed on the righthand sidebar that you see in my blog post along with an instapoem. We shall find out at the end of the month whether this was a brilliant career move, sheer laziness or a fool’s errand. 

Until then, care to join me in these creative waters where even fools fear to tread? The water’s fine.

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4 thoughts on “Wordless

  1. “What must be felt.” There is the poet’s imperative: IT MUST BE FELT. Maybe to an extent that is the imperative of all writers. Words are always inadequate, but the call to feeling is more than the words. That tangerine glow of the tulip is the perfect wordless eloquence. As is your usual, a lot in a few words.

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