Monday, April 11, 2011

Double debt

Mit und Gegen by Wassily Kandinsky, 1929

A double debt he has to pay
One for the heart
One for the brain

When the heart said fly
He stood stung by logic

When the brain said walk
He grew wings and flew away


NaPoWriMo Daily Prompt #11:Pick up a poetry anthology that has an index of first lines. Choose one randomly and write your own poem starting with the first line (don’t read the original poem until you’ve written your own version). My poem : From ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ By Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801–1890) -


Anonymous said...

Neha, beautiful poem, great art from Kandinsky and fine description of yourself!

Thank you for that and keep on taking, giving and creating.

Greeting from Vienna, Claudia

Neha Misra said...

Thanks for your kind words Claudia. Warm poetic greetings to Vienna!