a harp unstrung

Who’s Truth

more songs

to sing

how’s it compare

to the

final piece


to deny

an absolute


open the book

and get




a new


4 responses

  1. This sound to me like such a hopeful poem, it makes me think of reading a lovely book and realizing even at the start the that world holds so much promise, and feeling in some ways that that rolls over into ones own life.
    I’m totally projecting, but it’s not like I think that’s what it is, just what it seems like to me personally. ^_^


    January 19, 2014 at 7:26 PM

    • Jo

      That’s what its all about isn’t it? Each taking their own from the writings of others?
      I’m so happy that this speaks to you. It really makes me happy 😀
      Thank you so much for your comment.

      January 19, 2014 at 7:34 PM

      • Indeed! Evoking emotions and inspiring others, I think that is one of the best parts about writing. And experiencing of course is the wonder of reading. 🙂

        I realized this was actually my first comment on your things, so I wanted to add that even though I haven’t said so before, I always love reading your poems when you post them. :3

        (PS – Sorry about all the spelling errors, clearly I had more interest in expressing how pleased I was than in proof reading! <.< )

        January 19, 2014 at 8:34 PM

      • Jo

        Well, thank you so much! I’m enjoying your posts as well. Sadly, I don’t comment as much as I should. It is something I definitely need to work on. Just know, that I do enjoy 🙂 Oh, and spelling, schmelling, I always ignore the little popup that comes up telling me to check it…ha!
        Be Sound,

        January 19, 2014 at 8:44 PM

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