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    Author: redthewitch
    ASL Info:    36/f/tiny rural village
    Elite Ratio:    4.02 - 267/175/26
    Words: 27
    Class/Type: Poetry/Nostalgia
    Total Views: 959
    Average Vote:    No vote yet.
    Bytes: 201



    Description:
       New idea, work in progress. Needed to get some prelim parts down while I could, as my notebook is out of reach at the mo.


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    fragile words
    scrawled on a scrap of paper
    and forgotten
    pressed between the pages of a book
    like the delicate blossom
    forget-me-not
    slips to the floor




    Submitted on 2004-08-16 00:21:11     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Hello, redthewitch, tis the Piggster. I don't really know how I can give this piece words, because the only thing I come away with STRONGLY is emotion. I feel sort of used-up and worn out after reading your words. Then if that's the case, your writing has impacted me indeed. Best luck in the future.
    | Posted on 2005-04-05 00:00:00 | by Trufflepiggy | [ Reply to This ]
      hmm. few words but it was interesting. remember when my sister used to keep flowers in a book. wrote little quotes around it explaning the meaning and purpose of it. your words reminded me of that. curious, forget-me-not? words written inside the book or something else. it was interesting. only that part confused me a bit. lovely.

    -soomie
    | Posted on 2005-03-28 00:00:00 | by poeticblindness | [ Reply to This ]
      I think this little snippet has much potential i think. It could be about so much. The piece of paper, what was written on it? Could be an old love letter stuffed in the book and forgotten and just ages there. Like the flower? I can't wait to hear more on this piece if you choose to expand it.

    Curious thing about stuffing flowers in books. I did that once to save the flower thing a chick gives a guy for homecoming. You look at the flower before you put it there, it's all beautiful and smells good. Very fresh. You want to preserve it. Stick it in the book. Years later you decide to take up reading again and open the book. Flower falls to the floor. You see that the flower is still there, but it's all dried out and fragile. It is old. Suppose some people keep those things to remind them of something, but its so it the past. Memories are like semi-beautiful, dried out old flowers.
    ~Aaron
    | Posted on 2004-08-17 00:00:00 | by MusingMinstrel | [ Reply to This ]


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