The Writer’s Soundtrack

Apparently I’m back. Sorry for the absence, life got in the way.

Peter over at dVerse set out the was talking about sound in poetry. He set a challenge to write a poem that let sound ring out. With my break from writing I’ve gotten a bit rusty (yet again), and ended up writing the sound of my trying to write. Go check out the fantastic entries folk have given for us to hear

Scritch scratch
Scritch scratch
Scritch scratch
Wrinkle, crinkle, crumple
Scritch scratch
Scritch scratch
Scritch scratch
Tap tap tap tap tap tap

Hope you enjoy, please feel free to comment.
The Lonely Recluse

~ by The Lonely Recluse on October 22, 2020.

14 Responses to “The Writer’s Soundtrack”

  1. I love how you scratch of the rust from your writing… welcome back

  2. I really enjoyed this piece, I could hear every sound and it’s not often I see onomatopoeia implemented these days in literary work and poems. Very innovative, fun, and creative. Lovely work!

    • Thank you for your kind comment. The onomatopoeia is more than mildly influenced by the books mum used to read to me as a little kid, full of plods and drips and sounds. Glad you enjoyed it

  3. Welcome back – and glad you joined in. I’m looking at the pile of paper on my desk, scritched and ripped and crossed out and mostly rubbish – you’ve captured this sound perfectly.

  4. Lovely work done!

  5. It happens.

  6. ‘Sigh’

    Yes, I know how that feels, taking a break from writing. It takes a while for the rust to flake and the cogs to start turning easily, doesn’t it?

  7. The sound of writing, when silence won’t do.

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