far above candy floss clouds, ant cities below,
alone, yet surrounded in economy,
I worked out the ending.
3 pages of A4 and me.
Tonight, over at dVerse, we continue to celebrate the 5th anniversary of this wonderful community. Bjorn, our lovely Swedish host for the evening, interviews Samuel Peralta (he introduced me to so many forms – such a talent!) and invites us to write a Twitter poem – 140 characters or less!
The background to my offering this evening is this – I’ve had a novel in-waiting on my laptop for some time – only at best half-finished. I printed off the manuscript and used my work-related flight to Jersey and back today to read through it and work out how I was going to finish it. Three pages of A4 paper later and by Jove – I’ve got it!
I can’t wait to restart!
Please do head on over to dVerse, enjoy the interview and read the other offerings. And take part! Why not?!
17 thoughts on “Resolution – dVerse”
Oh how great… I do remember how I once wrote a long poem on a transatlantic flight… yeah flying is great…
I love using my travel time creatively! Today was an unexpected bonus!
Go for it & its a lovely challenge. I can’t write in airports as its too distracting but I can write during the trips for company.
Thanks for joining us Freya!!!
Thank you, Grace!
Some of the best thoughts come to you when you’re closer to clouds.
So it would seem!
I love the idea of writing poetic verse when up in the clouds ❤
Lots of love,
Thank you, Sanaa!
How great that you were able to get your manuscript sorted out while traveling, Freya, excellent!
Thank you! Yes, it was a surprise satisfaction for me 🙂
Well done! (Both verse and novel.)
Thank you 🙂
yes, every minute well savored…
How exciting that your novel inspired a poem as well!
Yes – a double whammy! Thank you, Misky.
Going over a writing hump – wonderful! 🙂
Yes, ain’t that the truth!