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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

End of an Era



Me, a stone’s throw away from dotted i’s, t’s crossed in the sand, tossed in the waves. You, a thrown stone. Each crash of wave, tumble of sand smoothes your jagged edges, while May’s full moon erases our trail across the bay.

 


26 comments:

  1. Hey Kymm! Just making sure you knew in order to participate in the crowd fave vote and the writing contest, you need to fill out this form, please. http://yeahwrite.me/yeah-write-november-writing-contest-entry-form/

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    1. Yikes! Thanks for the heads up, Nate!

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  2. Wow. This is so beautiful and...writerly!

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    1. Thank you so much, Susan! *blushes*

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  3. Well done Kymm. Truly poetic and thought evoking.

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    1. Thank you, Thom! Always nice to feed thoughtful : )

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  4. Bellas imagenes aqui, usted tiene una manera con palabras.

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  5. Very poetic and lovely, Kymm - took my breath away. Loved it.

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    1. That is such a nice thing to hear from you, Rachna! Thank you! Thanks for the love : )

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  6. What a great piece of writing. So beautifully evocative!

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    1. I'm so happy you like it Tina, thank you!!

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  7. This is so beautiful and lyrical! I love "May’s full moon erases our trail across the bay."
    (Apologies if this posts twice...something happened to my first try.)

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    1. I'm tickled you think so. Thanks for the love, SL!

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  8. This has a, almost, serene feel to it. The take on the prompt was just as lovely. Different from what I've read so far.

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    1. I'm glad you found it to be different, Renada. Thank you so much!

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  9. Beautiful. Makes me long for the beach.... :)

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    1. Hope you make it to the beach! Thank you, Kathy!

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  10. I take this as meeting of the mismatched - 'me', the controlled, 'you', the wild, both becoming one, eased by the sea. (But I could be wrong!) Loved the use of stones and throws.

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    1. You're never wrong, Sarah Ann. We all write our own stories as we read them.
      Thank you for the love!

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  11. Lovely. I am sorry but I could not stop myself from singing your piece to The Sound of Music's song.

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    1. Thank you so much, Jasbir!
      I'm not a Sound of Music fan. Doe a deer? Sing away : )

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