Girl Without A Face

Girl Without A Face

@megwaf

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aka meg : scratching words into surfaces / also known to noodle and doodle / #ReadMeSpeakMe host @ReadMeSpeakMe / #FromOneLine / tweets : https://t.co/JT48EFxIne

Joined on April 25, 2015
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Happy 75th birthday to electronic music pioneer Laurie Spiegel. Here she is in 1977 performing “Improvisation on a ‘Concerto Generator,’” which she described as "one of the earliest examples of purely digital realtime audio synthesis.” @LaurieSpiegel https://t.co/39nkEnyqw9

☆ #ReadMeSpeakMe No.113 ☆ 20th September 2020 ☆ 

This week we are reading ‘Time’ by Ken Downing @kendown
 
Please include the #ReadMeSpeakMe hashtag in your tweet and announce the poem title and author in your recording. DM @ReadMeSpeakMe for the text version. https://t.co/wjXTwCJLWG
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#ReadMeSpeakMe No.113 ☆ 20th September 2020 ☆ This week we are reading ‘Time’ by Ken Downing @kendown Please include the #ReadMeSpeakMe hashtag in your tweet and announce the poem title and author in your recording. DM @ReadMeSpeakMe for the text version. https://t.co/wjXTwCJLWG

Quit messing about in the bath and get the kettle on! We haven't got time for this - we've a new #ReadMeSpeakMe round to get ready for... and this week... something from our @kendown... ✨ hey, you know, the water's not so cold now... did you run the warm tap again...?! ✨ https://t.co/3J0SIgoaYt

@megwaf @WhisperingNeds Oh I like your dot dotting contemplation very much, Meg. Now I’m sitting outside and looking about. There are dots all around. But you both knew that already and I am just a faraway dot, observing the afterward or what may be or may not. Who’s writing this plot? Dot dot. Dot. 🌚

I watch three sheep
chase each other through the field,
desperate to monopolize the sweetest leaves.

How their lives have changed
with you now gone; without you here
to call them to the barn
for their daily mouth of grain.

Even the wild birds
miss the seeds they spilled. https://t.co/D7azIXPA9x

I watch three sheep chase each other through the field, desperate to monopolize the sweetest leaves. How their lives have changed with you now gone; without you here to call them to the barn for their daily mouth of grain. Even the wild birds miss the seeds they spilled. https://t.co/D7azIXPA9x

she takes a deep breath slips into the light fills her image she watches as he lays her upon lit up glass traces with her eyes round between darkness delicate ghostly bone shapes knowing now a truth she’d always felt within this flesh cocooned she was a tree a beautiful tree

on waking i saw edvard's scream in the deep shag pile of a rug i looked away it was there again! gasping in the fold of a fleecy throw on the third avert it was there in a skirt hanging on the winterdyke skreiking away kept seeing it for the rest of the day it's ok i like it

I was away unintentionally, and upon my slow return, it has felt like magic mixed with butterflies. Wow, how I’ve missed you and how I see you now, from a perspective that perhaps only distance and your growing talents are easily apparent.Excited to catch up! Feeling grateful Vx https://t.co/6n80KzOXpH

I was away unintentionally, and upon my slow return, it has felt like magic mixed with butterflies. Wow, how I’ve missed you and how I see you now, from a perspective that perhaps only distance and your growing talents are easily apparent.Excited to catch up! Feeling grateful Vx https://t.co/6n80KzOXpH

My daughter with the heart of August With the mind of a galaxy My child with the autism of quiet pines in deep woods My daughter with her friends of old paintings of private hospitals My child with her hair of rivers with her memories of a steamer trunk of photographs #PPTWrite

Write a poem about a person, place or thing (PPT). Use unrealistic imagery to describe how you see them. Words you rarely use - perhaps random words from books. I'm not a prompt host but if you want, use #PPTWrite to see others as I can't RT all. See my example below.

Sound waves actually travel five times faster in water than in air. Underwater those sound waves don't vibrate the ossicles bones in your inner ear. They go straight to the skull bones, vibrating that heavy bone you can touch just behind your ear. #ThePantheon #MarineBiology https://t.co/3b0i958Ae7

#BlackDahliaProse 601 Nostalgia sets into the ambience of the swamp The approaching autumn air is the prompt Cooler weather stirs Yesterhurt Treasured words Kept as yours Left unheard My Forever verse Needing freedom from the frame We became estranged Another seasonal change

I looked out yesterday He visited again This fuzzy woods creature Who climbs breaks eats My brave sunflowers waving 🌻 https://t.co/ndSkMApFjt

time crawls reluctantly leaving moments when we shared sunrise and sunset time zooms eager to arrive at moments when I rest my heart in your hands

peeling off the wallpaper she hears a gasp of delight the original skin she thinks about this taking off her makeup the house was over a hundred years old man woman stood in awe viewing what lay beneath peelings of paper I would be highly valued if my face bare be an old wall

Judi
2 days ago

falling asleep I composed a poem it was perfect I knew I’d remember then morning broke along with my words #drat

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