Lull & LOL are Not the Same

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I laughed out loud today. At the absurdity of life, the
cotton of the sky’s white lull. I have a million things

to tell you, but they all feel small; none human enough
for laughter, nor clear enough to make any sense of sigh.
 

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Another 44 words for Bjorn’s Quadrille. Come play! 

 

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10 Responses to Lull & LOL are Not the Same

  1. A sense of sigh… what a great image… love it.. I think 44 words is the perfect length for poetry now..

  2. You’ve had so much fun with this prompt, De, and shared the joy with all of us.

  3. Shawna says:

    I think turning a lull into a LOL is the only logical thing to do.

    I read your first line as saying, “I laughed out loud … At the absurdity of … the[e]” (which is me, obviously). 🙂

    Great line break after this: “I have a million things”

    In the last line, I see this: “nor clear enough to make any sense of s-eye” … You and me both.

  4. Mama Zen says:

    This just felt totally right to me.

  5. Grace says:

    Love the title and twist in the lull De ~ Another big sigh from me ~

  6. ihatepoetry says:

    Absolutely delightful!

  7. Bodhirose says:

    I’m beginning to think that 44 words is the perfect amount of words for a poem too! You’ve proven that. :~)

  8. It seems you are on a roll…no lulls from you! 🙂
    This is wonderful.

  9. SMiLes
    De.. you beat
    Lyn at the end.. so
    i must tale ya too.. now..
    thanks for the inspiration
    almost meeting my hobby
    milestone.. of responding
    to all dVerse poems.. since
    March of 2015.. in whatever
    poetic expression.. comes what may..
    my third novel also coming just for fun..
    compriSinG ALL OF THAT..
    around Easter..
    ah.. what hobbies
    can.. do
    for poe
    try..
    no sighs
    when fully
    employed
    by now..
    and sure i
    LoL and
    LuL
    L whenever
    F’s i like.. now..
    F R E e D uh..:)

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