Border Crossing

 

danube_bridge_border_crossing

Overarching support
links communities
separated
by ideology
custom
geography

Miz Quickly asks us to write a poem of between 15 syllables and eight lines, and tells us to be concrete.  I have a literal kind of mind.

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Image:  The Danube Bridge from Wikipedia

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31 Responses to Border Crossing

  1. And my rather long comment disappeared into the ethers so I shall simply say how evocative of so much.

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  2. Very effective. Short yet powerful.

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  3. kaykuala h says:

    Overarching support
    links communities

    Cleverly done Viv! Yes, a support that links, sorely given a miss by the strong over the weak!

    Hank

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  4. julespaige says:

    I grew up in an area that had many bridges connecting communities.
    And now I live in an area where they are trying to salvage the older covered bridges.
    The Landis Covered Bridge isn’t all that far from me. 14th bridge from the top.
    http://www.pacoveredbridges.com/lancaster-county/

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  5. I loved how this could be three or four poems in one depending on how you read it. Borders have always been something puzzling to me. Who decides where to put a border and why?

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  6. MarinaSofia says:

    Ah, well, if it’s a border to Romania, I’m OK with that….;-)
    I do hope the ideals and concepts of the EU can survive all that is currently happening. I don’t want to go back to a place of borders and walls and barking officials…

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  7. thotpurge says:

    So many bridges that we still need to build…

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  8. Very strong structure reflected in your words!

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  9. Grace says:

    I like the idea Viv ~

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  10. Suzanne says:

    Borders – such an arbitary concept yet so powerful.

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  11. So much more importance in those borders… really.

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  12. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Such a beautifully effective poem … that too in such few words 🙂

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  13. catterel says:

    If that bridge (or its predecessor) could talk …

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  14. Perfect for a short poem — many stories in very few words.
    Enjoyed.

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