Adeeyoyo's Blog

I write what I feel…




The use of magical, mystical, musical

Words in the weave and weft of verbal tapestries,

Painting pictures in shades and tints,

Writing rhythms with thumps and bumps,

Thwacks and slaps,

With calming, soothing deviations, variations

Juxtaposed to compare and expose,

Reveal and disclose

Moods and sensations,

Perceptions, impressions…


©DGA 02 October 2011 11:53

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

21 thoughts on “POETRY

  1. 🙂


  2. Denise . . . I ADORE this poem! It THWACKS! 😀


  3. This poem sings! Thank you, Dee!


  4. Where did you get all those words from Denise.
    Great fun, hugely entertaining. Lovely cross rhythms.
    Thank you.


  5. this has a very nice rhythm to verbal tapestries is a great descriptor…yes i think you have captured poetry…smiles.


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  7. You have summarized the art of poetry very artfully – I thought the weave and weft of verbal tapestries brilliant.


  8. I love this sensory overload, Adee – excellent!


  9. Wow – what a jazzy, mish mash of poetic musings 🙂 love it! Well done adeeyoyo.


  10. to me this looks like contemporary dance…all the ups and downs are unexpected, yet a soothing theme, a strange harmony that in the end entertains…great work! (:


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