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American sentences in Norwegian winter


23:21    Exchange sanity for a stranger’s kiss. It’s an apple, bite it!

08:21    Reject the thought, forget the dream: reality –a daily routine.

19:21    Now wonder if this wind still remembers the warmth of his daring lips.

_____Adriana Citlali


American sentences (17 syllables each) for Meeting the Bar | dVerse.

Author: Adriana Citlali Ramírez

A citizen of the world, born in Mexico city... A physicist (working as a geophysicist) and a part-time artist (creative writing, oil/acrylic painting, photography)… All posts, visual art, and poems ©Adriana Citlali Ramírez. All rights reserved.

15 thoughts on “American sentences in Norwegian winter

  1. ha . nice…i like the allusion to temptation…a temporary lack of sanity…but how in the last the feelings still echo forward…..very nice…

  2. and you gave me a great idea too…

  3. ah – it’s tough to stick to the daily routine of reality…sometimes i wanna kiss a stranger…maybe on the train…ha…now that would probably get me into trouble…smiles

  4. Each of these is profound. I am especially thinking about the second one and the relationship between thoughts and dreams and reality. Nice meeting you at dVerse!

  5. Each one is a thought-provoking American sentence. The first one made me smile, the second very true and I like the nostalgia of the third.

  6. Very nice set! Liked how you put them together.

  7. Beautifully composed. I shall bite the apple!
    Anna :o]

  8. I liked them all – they all point to a spirit of fun, adventure, mystery. They are doing just what a good poem should do, make the reader want MORE!

  9. These are quite wonderful – but that third one is a total wow!

  10. Very nice … the last one tells such a story …and I can sympathize with the Scandinavian winter/autumn… 🙂

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