teachings of the word fathers – II

[…] ‘you must first
feel the shape of the word
forming inside your mouth.

not always is roundness
necessary.

sometimes true beauty
presents itself
jagged and cutting
to your tongue.

it is then up to you
to endow it with
a soul’ […]

© Liliana Negoi

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One Response to “teachings of the word fathers – II”
  1. Old McDonald says:

    “jagged and cutting”? 🙂 I’d say you’re so right young missy :). So many “jagged and cutting” things tend to be filling our mouths with beauty!

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