Michael Edwards

THE GREAT UNREAD

 

THE GREAT UNREAD

 

 

I’ve written a poem in invisible ink.

A short little poem to make you think

but the final stanza was never penned;

I ran out of ink before the end.

Well the problem came as a bit of a blow:

only two stanzas - unsee them below:  

 

 

  

1)                                          

 

 

 

2)                                          

 

 

 

 

Comments8

  • Michael Edwards

    Ta Kat for your gracious uncomment - much appreciated.

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    THANKS MICHAEL ~ Love the poem and the PICTURE ! "You say it best when you say nothing at all !" Please check my Poem ~ BRIAN

    • Michael Edwards

      To use that awful cliché 'More is Less' thanks Brian

    • WriteBeLight

      Very cute Michael. Your painting feels like a sunny day. Wonderful colors!

    • rrodriguez

      Very clever the way you thought the poem out. Your painting is superb.

    • rrodriguez

      I went back to unsee the poem, but my eyes failed. I stick with the great intro and the amazing pic.

      • Michael Edwards

        Much better unseen than obscene - now there's a thought !!

        • rrodriguez

          True!

        • Tony36

          LOL! Love it

          • Michael Edwards

            Thanks Tony - well yerv gorra laff ent yer.

            • Tony36

              Welcome

            • Christina8

              Beautiful picture! I absolutely loved that fun poem!

            • MendedFences27

              Great painting. Here are my comments: 1)

              2)

              - Phil A.

              • Michael Edwards

                Thanks Phil for taking the time to comment at such length - as for the third stanza I was going to write something along the following lines: ................................................................................................................................................................................................... (Full Stop)

                • MendedFences27

                  What a line of nothing. I saw through it immediately, and the meter is nonexistent.

                  O.K. I'll stop now.



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