Poem 1

interloper's picture
Give it time they said
But two plus two is a hundred and two
And gravity bends space
So in a singularity, I lost my place
No matter,
relatively speaking

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interloper's picture

moved to proper thread

oops

jrlewis's picture

A Million Words

I'm re-reading this poem in it's new form and loving it.  With my photography background, I'm interpreting the text-background color reversal as the negative of a photo.  Or in this case the negative of the poem.  Very heavy irony here.  I think the visual element really enhances the meaning of the words.  I'd love to see more of this play between image and word in your writing.  If a picture is worth a thousand words and you already have a few good words, then you have a lot!

interloper's picture

playing it by ear

Thank you, jrlewis. I never thought I'd be writing poetry just a few months ago, but I am enjoying this. I'm reaching into new parts of my brain. I'm not sure where to take it, feeling my way through. Verbal, Aural, Musical, Visual......? I will pay attention to the visual, I've got a little experience with visual. Your feedback is music to my ears.

jrlewis's picture

A Poem of a Picture?

I only know of one visual poetry form, concrete poetry.  The words of the poem are arranged to form a picture of the subject of the poem.  I suspect that there are many other interesting ways of incorporating visual elements into poetry.  I'd be curious to see what you can do with digital photography and some editing software...

interloper's picture

A picture of a poem

of a perception?

Hmmm......

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