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Lonely Quill… September 1, 2011

Posted by Amity in Uncategorized.
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Sadly, quill she took

Penned words from desolate heart

Moments she writes best!

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Written for Haiku Heights

Prompt: Write

Image Credit: HERE

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1. Leo - September 1, 2011

sadness brings out the best in most of us I guess… good write.

2. Gemma Wiseman - September 1, 2011

So sad but so very beautiful!

3. Alex J. Cavanaugh - September 1, 2011

That’s nice! Good to hear from you, Amity.

4. dsnake1 - September 1, 2011

yes, sometimes we write best when filled with sad memories…

5. KP - September 1, 2011

Wow, a nice haiku.The quill and desolate heart go well.

6. Rekha - September 2, 2011

Sad moods often turn the creative switch to a flaming red…Enjoyed this one.

7. Tweety - September 2, 2011

Pain brings the best in us doesn’t it amity 🙂 🙂 I am reading you after a long time…sigh… 😦

8. Amanda Moore - September 2, 2011

sometime when I am sad or depressed I write stuff I think is marvelous! Then I read it when I feel better Oh heck no! Yuck! My quill never writes well when I am like that!

9. andy sewina - September 2, 2011

I think this caught the moment!

Nicely!

10. Susie Clevenger - September 3, 2011

Lovely…sadness brings out my best work at times…I suppose it is when I am so full of emotion…great job!

11. siggiofmaine - September 3, 2011

Thank you … my take on mirror was similar.
Amazing how the resemblance is startling at times.
☮ Siggi in Downeast Maine

12. becca givens - September 3, 2011

Heartache does birth awesome creativity ~~

13. Traci B - September 9, 2011

Sometimes our truest and best work is born of sadness. Wonderful poem.


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