Intuition

Two rows of writing

Blur into one tale but you

Read between the lines.

Inspired by Eugi’s Weekly Prompt: magic

Photo by Alex Simpson on Unsplash

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    1. I feel this too, Lynn. It is constant reading between the lines that causes trouble when we should be reading the actual text and vice versa too in some cases. We need balance for sure! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. Although it wasn’t your intention, your work reminded me of my issues with dyslexia, with how rows of writing always blur together as I completely miss what I’ve just read and have to reread again.

    Another great piece, the world exists in the gray so you often have to read between the lines

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  2. This is stunning, deep work. I really like how you created it from the prompt. As short as it is, it truly resonates with me, which is not easy to do in such few words. Great work! You have a way with words.

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  3. I feel a real connection to this lovely piece! The meaning of words arenโ€™t always perceived as they are written. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. This little poem has your signature in it- build a fence with words, hide a few treasures, and leave it for the readers to pick the gems.

    Three rows of a lovely haiku that brought a smile to my face ๐Ÿ™‚

    I don’t find short necessarily sweet except for the works of a few writers and you are 100% one of them.

    Thanks for sharing xx

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  5. Beautifully said. I resonate with this a lot; we depict so much in our writing, we hide the meanings that most donโ€™t see. What a beautiful thing when someone discovers and hits those nuances that we thought we hid so well! I only have one friend that hits the nail every time and it still shocks me lol (not in surprise but just knowing someone else gets it, really gets it, itโ€™s powerful).

    You state this beautifully, eloquently in brevity. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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