if short is good enough
it’s good enough
Rumi would be pleased…
Daniel, I love your comment. Made me smile. Thanks for visiting.
Short is longer on meaning than people think.
Yes it is, Michelle. Thanks for your visit.
A most thoughtful and kind expression.
Thank you for following and opening the door to your world. Eddie
Thank you, Eddie. I look forward to reading your work.
Short it hard.
That’s true, Pamela. Always love to see you here.
oh that is very true – but short is also very tough to write – you did excellent
Thank you so much, Claudia. Yes, short could be tough to write. Thanks for visiting!
my immediate thought would sound very bad…ha…
short poetry can be potent, if done correct…for sure….
Thanks for visiting, Brian. Always great to see you here.
Short is good enough for me too, smiles ~
Then I’m in good company, Grace. Thanks for your visit.
Love your short reply, Ron. Thanks for your visit. 🙂
Short is underrated! Well said, Sabra. 🙂
Thank you so much, Jennifer. I agree it is underrated. 🙂
Sabra, I know many poets who compose haiku and other short verse, but this choice handful of words was a comment on brevity itself. Very clever, and yes, very Rumi! Thx for visiting my sit, Sabra. Loved your comment. Peace, Amy (PS I was the ‘short one’ in my family. I chose to refer to myself as “concentrated,” ha ha ha.)
So appreciate your comment, Amy. I always enjoy my visits to your blog. I am the short one in my family, too. I like “concentrated” for words and height. Makes for a powerful essence. 🙂 I also love great haiku. My favorites are written by Issa. I particularly like Hass’s translation of Issa’s work. Thanks for visiting, Amy!
wonderful.. why should we be loquacious when we can say it short.
Thank you, Bjorn. Yes, why should we? I appreciate you visit. 🙂
Wow, with a few words met the core!
Thank you for leaving me a comment, Cecilia. Hope you will visit again.
A short blade straight to the heart!
Thank you, Becky. Your comment is definitely poetic…I love it!
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