|Experimental Piece: Scraps Of Possibility|
Experimental Piece: Scraps Of Possibility
Jun. 3rd, 2004 @ 09:44 pm
Ooooh. I love
this! The possibilities inherant in one scrap, and yet the ultimate impossibility of knowing, so beautifully portrayed. I like the different moods in the different possibilities - humour, friendship, and the poignancy of the last one, which is possibly my favourite. And your verse also is lovely - simple, yet saying more than you initially realise, and well structured. If I say any more on it, I'll sound like I'm writing an essay for my tutor, so suffice to say that it works. And keep on experimenting!
Thanks! I'm really glad that not only were you able to find your way through something that was potentially a bit messy, but athat you also clearly appreciated and enjoyed it. Thanks also for the feedback about my verse, obviously there is a lot to be said for simple but effective (i should keep that in mind for the future!).
It was a bit messy, but I think in a good, that's-the-whole-point kind of way. I get the impression that just as the characters involved didn't fully know what was going on, so neither does the reader (or at least, neither does this reader).
And yes, simple can sometimes be the very best. Some of the best drabbles, for example, can be so simple and yet cut to the bone.
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