Monday, March 08, 2010

SPEAKING OUT














Speak thou my heart
Ponder upon thy feelings

Express in thine way
All thou mayest wish
Knowing it givest bliss
Incomprehensible and beyond compare
Nay, be brave enough
Gladly lovest thou him

Oh for a lifetime
Unceasing be thine happiness
Truly intoxicating and magical

Written for Amias' Acrostic Only
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18 comments:

  1. hmm.. this could be better i think! :) liked that u used old english for it, but yeah, it could definitely be worked on to get a better acrostic.

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  2. I did smile, Amity, as it does not matter what you are speaking out about, as long as you are speaking out and not holding it in. Sometimes telling someone, or even admitting that you love someone is hard to say out loud.

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  3. nice.. liked this Shakespeare's english touch :)..

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  4. Leo;

    using old english is kinda romantic, reminds me Shakespeare's sonnets, and Browning's and Marlowe's and all the others... :)

    i got the high in here so maybe i will continue to write more of this kind soon... :)

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  5. Amias;

    Yes, what made me smile is that while reading your take, it was way too diffrent from mine, and so i doubted if what i did is fine...:)

    I just smiled...:)

    Am happy I made you smile, too!

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  6. Hems;

    what can i say, but thanks for your smile... :)

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  7. Yellow Tulip;

    Talking of Shakespeare, my muse is very kind today...:)

    Thanks dear!

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  8. Thus spake the great poetess Amity! Excellent attempt at Archaic English!

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  9. Very nicely written and I love the archaic language usage.

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  10. Saras;

    Thanks a lot!

    It's exciting to use archaic...has that unique touch!

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  11. Ofira;

    Thanks dear, am glad everyone likes it!

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  12. Amity

    you blog is so cute n nice..!!!

    abt the acro..is very good..!!

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