6.13.2012

if wishes were words


(Little pining office-worker poem

27 comments:

  1. I LOVE this!!!!!! I love trains, too.

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  2. Wonderful, pining office worker. Don't give up. I am sure there is a train waiting somewhere to be written on.

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  3. Wishes do come true if you wish them hard enough...

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  4. TRains!
    and poetry-bombing the office gets 10 out of 10.
    love it!

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  5. I like the little post-it with "here" on it, separately.

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  6. A train would be the perfect writing spot.

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  7. I wish I had a job that I could write anything from!

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  8. And, I too would like to write poems on trains. Emphasis on "on". You know I love me some graffiti.

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  9. Riding on trains (and writing on them) seems like such a romantic thing to do.

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  10. Oh, that is so true. I'd love to just write anywhere but in my cubicle...Central Park, on a train, in a big cathedral...quiet and inspiring. Loved this!

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  11. i do sometimes write poems while riding on trains.
    i would like more of that, please.
    and also to write poems ON trains. (let's go, Yve!)

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  12. Love this! So clever, so unique ... I have always had a love affair with trains, maybe someday we will have a chance to write a poem while riding on one!

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  13. A unique presentation...Yes, I would like to write poems on trains too...

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  14. yeah, the cheeky little Here post-it is my favorite!

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  15. This is such fun! I love the fact that runaway sentence can be seen behind your post-it poem. Makes the HERE so relevant.

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  16. Wonderful, Marian. I especially like the little post-it added to the larger one, and both of them with your blog in the background.
    K

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  17. I know what you mean and can relate!

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  18. I hear you. Well, I see you. Not you, exactly. Your cubicle cry to be free.

    The closest I ever got to writing poems on a train was writing a blog post on a bus. Fun fact: that blog post was about your poetry book. Your poetry is enjoyed on buses. A train couldn't be that far off in the distance.

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  19. I do write on buses, on my way to work and I definitely have to start writing on paper. I can't think in front of the screen. I love your handwriting. :D

    Kiss you sweetie. <3

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  20. Great idea!! I feel that pining poetic soul...smiles to you!

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