Day 5: Write the same poem, both with and without punctuation and compare the two. I’ve always been a fan of letting the words fall on the reader’s heart at will, so I think I prefer the unpunctuated. What do you think?

 

Strings unwind without a doubt to hold them in place.

Uncurled and unfurled.

Twisting in reverse.

Pieced together and separated again.

Lacing up hearts is hard work with these broken strings.

Strings unwind

Without a doubt 

To hold them in place

Uncurled and unfurled

Twisting in reverse

Pieced

Together and separated 

Again 

Lacing up hearts 

Is hard work

With these broken strings

 

 

 

Unpunctuated vs. Punctuated Poetry (Day 5)

Lynda Meyers


Lynda Meyers is the award-winning author of Letters From The Ledge and Finn Again


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