Definitions

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*For NaPoWriMo day 2, topic being dialogue and conversations. I decided to do a visual representation instead of writing per say. The image is supposed to represent different ideas, wants and definitions upon something that is often pondered about and discussed. I like to think that the play on words in it depicts the differences in dialogue, opinion and conviction and that, as well, something simple as 4 words can hold a myriad of poems, a slightly different say for whoever tries to write down what they see in here and how does their mind read it.

~ by Oloriel on April 2, 2018.

12 Responses to “Definitions”

  1. Cool take on the theme! I love tbe idea of more visual poems such as this

  2. That was very intriguing!

  3. I like the concept of this very much!

  4. Yes, a visual poem! Love it. Relate to it. Was glad to be able to create my own meaning for it. Thank you.

  5. Nice piece!! It really resonates in a work about communication you used the word OWE.

    Thank you so much for following my blog, good luck on this shared journey of NaPoWriMo.

    • Thank you very much for taking the time to have a look and leave me a word of your own!
      I hope the journey brings us fun and wisdom 🙂

  6. This was lovely!

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