Thursday, August 1, 2013

dVerse: Twitter Verse

dVerse: Form for All



Challenge: poetry using 140 characters (the length of a tweet) including punctuation.


life so intricate it weaves a web of synchronicity around and through those whose lives we are meant to touch, regardless of time and space.

@grace2244

20 comments:

  1. it is intersting how life brings together those that need to be...and sometimes the circumstances that do bring us together....def, or distance at times too...

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  2. Maggie Grace your thjought is so very true.>KB

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  3. totally agree sometimes destiny plays a hand..

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  4. Love intricate and synchronicity together... and your message.

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  5. And this the other side of social media--it brings us closer (I read web literally) and how beautifully you fit in synchronicity

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  6. 'whose lives we are meant to touch'... I love how it's not lives we touch, but the lives that we are MEANT TO touch. How clever.

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  7. Very well tweeted.. love your thought here.

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  8. I easily say to you now that sychronicity means
    almost everything to me and you and we and the
    guy before and the gal after this comment or
    guy or whoever else...may comeIS

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  9. So true...specially when you've noticed...nice

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  10. Each word here has a function: if you leave out 'we're' and replace it with 'were'the entire line has a different meaning. Good work.

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  11. Thank you to all who visited and commented. Anyone who saw the tv series Touch...that's how my life is connected. It's cancelled now :( Not my life...the show. haha

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  12. just realized that i left my comment on your other blog... ha..i'm confused...smiles

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  13. I love this. Since first responding to Sam's prompt, I have also been experimenting with one-line 140-character poems.

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  14. Very nice warmth here, lovely writing!

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  15. Such a wonderful philosophy captured in these words. Beautifully done.

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  16. A snippet, yet complete in itself - well done.

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