Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Alphabe-Thursday: The Letter I


Imagine Insanity Invading her mind...
Infused In Images of the Impressionable kind.

Intimidating, Inviting, Intoxicating and Wild.
Indifferent to the Innocent child.

Should she Indulge, Imbide, Impulsively act,
Ignoring Indignities of the resulting Impact?

Impassioned...Igniting an Insatiable desire.
Could she endure an Insufferable Ire?

Imaginary or not, It's just that way when 
Her thoughts Illuminate the struggle within.


Jenny Matlock

46 comments:

Viki said...

That was very poignant and wow, you really got a lot of I words in there LOL. It must have taken a lot of thought. Great job.

Steven Anthony said...

awesome job, impresive;)

Vicki said...

INTERESTING....

Patti said...

Just Inspirational!! Very Imaginative...love the graphIc!!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Again, Polly, a master piece!

Think you must be using the Thesaurus.lol

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Steph said...

Wow.... rhythmic and moving. Your use of sounds and words is incredible; as is the heart beat.

Purple Flowers said...

Were you an English Teacher at one time. Very thought-out and introspective.

My name is PJ. said...

I is for IMPRESSIVE, Polly!

I can't get over your talent with words! One is either born that way or not, it's not something that can be learned.

Mrs. Matlock is giving a spelling test on Friday. Can I sit next to you and copy off of your paper?

Brian Miller said...

this is really top notch...like being in the river current the flow is so tight...

Mumsy said...

Beautiful, and wonderful "I" post. It gives a glimpse into a deeper sense at the end.

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Very good! If there were a prize for using the most I words creatively you would win!

Julie Schuler said...

What a classic lyrical quality your poem has!

James Hawley said...

Iambic.... I think I'll stop writing poetry and just read yours.

Debbie said...

Love your creative thoughts!!~ I love this day, it is so neat to see what bloggers come up with as we are all so different!~

mbkatc230 said...

Wonderful post. Your imagery is perfect, you can feel the chaos. And now I have Joni Mitchell's "Twisted" stuck in my head - thanks! Kathy

covnitkepr1 said...

Really a good use of the letter "I".

Erin said...

indifferent to the innocent child...love that.

can't wait to say I knew you when!! will you still remember the little people once your famous and published?

Willoughby said...

See? I'm not the only one who thinks you should publish a collection of your poetry.

I think this poem may have been my favorite (until the next one you write!).

thamesarino said...

this really was an impressive one!! the flow was perfect and the number of I words was simply ingenious!! ; )
good job! : )

MrsJenB said...

As always, I am awestruck. Beautifully done!

Jenny said...

Wow.

Wow.

Amazing.

Can't think of one I word.

Oh my.

So perhaps your first book should be the poetry of the alphabet.

Let me know when I can pre-order my copy!

Wow.

A+

Pelican Joe said...
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SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

you never cease to amaze me. i couldn't get three words that start with i to make any sense ever.

laterg8r said...

fantastic poem :D

jeff campbell said...

Wow! What incredible talent...such a wonderful post! I am blown away:-) Thank you for your visit to my Insect post and for your generous comments. I will consider the Haiku meme...Thanks

Jo said...

that was incredibly brilliant ... is it my imagination or do you just keep getting better ... i stand in awe ... i love this poem

Unknown Mami said...

Wonderfully written and disturbing.

AJ said...

so talented, on so many levels!

The rhyming, the alliteration.

inspiring!

Tracie said...

Ignorant.

That's how I feel when I read something this good. Loved it. You need to put a collection together and publish it.

Jingle said...

you are amazing writer,
incredible post!

Jingle said...

http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/03/19/55-how-do-you-relax-during-weekends/

please let me know after your 55 is up!
Happy Friday!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Lol, I see I am not alone,
Ji and I are your FANS! COOL!

Thank you so much Polly for the lovely comment you left at Amanda's BOTW. It is an honor to call you my friend!

Keep the FUNNIES in your weekends!

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fickleinpink said...

that is beautiful!
just bloghoppin' and so glad to stumble on this great blog! now a follower!

happy weekends

check out my my FFI

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fickle

Tattoos and Teething Rings said...

Incredible, inspirational, introspective Polly :)

Nessa said...

Very thought provoking I's.

Flash 55 - Help?

Christy said...

this is really beautiful and should be put to music. I heard this gal on the radio this morning called beth hart whose voice i heard singing this as i read the words.
hmmm

Melinda Cornish said...

you captured it perfectly.....

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

I agree...Wow!

Blessings & Aloha!
(sorry so late...trying to catch up...I loved this...and had to read it 4 times...just because :o)

Brian Miller said...

thanks for linking up with oneshot...i remember this one and can see why it is a favorite...as i said in my last comment the flow is tight and pulls us right into the struggle...nicely done.

Pete Marshall said...

thanks for putting this forward..we have really had some top drawer poems and this is one of them..a great choice to start you off, infact it was ideal..really well worked..cheers and i look forward to seeing more of your work..Pete

PattiKen said...

This is wonderful. I'm reminded of some of the decisions a young person struggles with as they work to build enough experience to have a little wisdom.

signed...bkm said...

The stuggles within artfully versed the thoughts, ignited,illuminated ..the mind is so fragile so delicate we all need to treat it as such....blessings..bkm

Emmanuel Ibok said...

sweet way to make the letter "I" interesting. Nicely written.

moondustwriter said...

I can hear you speaking the words and they just flow off your tongue. You have mastered this art

Thanks for coming by One Shot Wednesday.

kavisionz said...

I loved your well-rhymed and beautifully worded poem !!!

Innovative, Ingenious, and Impressive your art
Ingrained in the Inners of my Inspired heart
:)

Have an immeasurably pleasant day!

Cheryl said...

Wow! So glad you linked to this one. I could feel that turning point and understood that feeling so well.

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