Soul wanders Moorwards.

Lingering, wondering when

Seen. Pulled. Thrust. Taken.

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  • Neville

    sometimes.. words make one ache so very tenderly...

    • Aislinn Wilson

      How beautifully said. I couldn't respond to this poem any better. I agree.

      • Neville

        My pleasure Aislinn... N

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      • whisperingquill

        So much said in so few words
        Multilayered with many different meanings
        Astounding write my friend. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ’«

        • sylviasearcher

          Yes for a woman of many many words, sometimes I can appreciate wheness is more.

        • Aislinn Wilson

          This makes me homesick for a place I've never been.

          • sylviasearcher

            Then I think you felt what I felt πŸ–€

          • Michael Edwards

            A special piece of work Sylvia

            • sylviasearcher

              Thanks Michael. It just emerged from a sensation I was having.

              I get these funny episodes. I've learned they usually pass.

            • psychofemale

              what type of poem would this be classified as, just curious? πŸ™‚ thanks

              • sylviasearcher

                Well I don't like to open up the whole senyru/ haiku debate.

                Hence I did not name it as such.

                We could debate it but I think I'd stay on the fence as I'm not too interested in categorisation.

                I never got my poetic licence lol πŸ™ƒ

                • Michael Edwards

                  Well it's classic 575 and it has a human aspect - I would put it into the senryu envelope

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