tanka, other poetry, & insignificant writings of janet lynn davis
An entertaining poem about layers of misperception--a concrete object mistaken for a mark on paper mistaken for an illusion--and the effect is heightened by the slight warping of the words on the page.
I always learn something from your feedback, Jenny! As you probably can tell, the illustration is a photo from a page of GUSTS.
Ha! I so enjoyed the layers of humor in this piece.
Am glad - thanks!
Those floaters scare me sometimes, ha. Your piece made me smile!
Glad it made you smile, Jennifer!
P.S. I mentioned my floaters to an eye dr. recently. He assured me they're okay. But they sure can be annoying when I read!
Yup! Or gunk on my screen! Smiles to you!
Smiles to you, too, Audrey. Nice to see you.