Goosebumps!!Only the most wondrous words or music has that effect on me.
Silence, even more than imitation, is surely the sincerest form of flattery--the mockingbird probably agrees.
I guess if you write something that acclaimed, you have the right to sit on your laurel!
Confident and wise, this be.
Well said, MZ. I so adore To Kill a Mockingbird.
100% agree with Kerry .. goosebumps! Your poetry hits all the bases ... gut, heart, mind ~ and it's magic.
Magnificent. What a gold nugget to turn round and round and puzzle over! Every word counts and none are extra and it is true. And yet, in this case, perhaps some mimicry is desirable, and whoever is so moved, and whoever can should pick up the mockingbird song?
"sang a shackle song."Too-f'ing-brilliant.
nice..you are amazing at packing so much into these short writes...
Small package, yes, but boy howdy is there a bunch in here. "Punchy" is an understatement.
This book was amazing and you summed it up with a few talented words.
Wow! You have spoken a novel in such few words..I love To Kill a Mockingbird.
What a punch from a short poem! I had to lump three prompts together to make up for the conference I attended."Sang a shackle song," what a poignant way to express not only the poor innocent man, but the stifling politics by which so many Southerners are imprisoned. Amy
Nothing I love more than a short poem that says it all. I like this blog
What a great tribute to this great book.
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