how cleverly the word divides us

10 Responses

  1. Helen Buckingham Says:

    an' ain't that the case

  2. Lisa Brown Says:


  3. Carole Says:

    Clever! Although I almost read 'world'. And mentally played with capitalizing 'The Word", and wondered at some length how it would read with 'a word', instead of 'the word' and find it's exactly as it should be to remain open to interpretation.
    At any rate 'the word' becomes tangible…an entity unto its own.

  4. pat nelson Says:

    you can say that again, helen…."ain't that the case" !!!

  5. snowbirdpress Says:

    The funny thing about words is that where there is love, understanding invades the word… often no word necessary. Who holds the words you share? What you have given is part of yourself. So much for us all to learn. Thanks Jim… You've always been such a great guide.

  6. Rosemary Nissen-Wade Says:

    And how cleverly you say so! It struck hom with the force of an aphorism.

  7. Rosemary Nissen-Wade Says:

    Er, 'struck home' that is.

  8. Greg Gilewski Says:

    Especially interpreted in the same or from a different language.

  9. shaheen Says:

    beautiful,how cleverly blame on the word. really delicate

    a single word
    tied to gather
    with hoops of steel

  10. martin1223 Says:

    the sound of seaweed between us

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