23 comments on “Cuneiform

  1. Wow Ben! I remember you with your small lines that speak so loudly.. your minimalist form that says so much…like this one…sensual, understated, hinting at much more. She is lucky you know how to read rare languages:)

    • Minimalism: that’s one of my favorite words when it comes to writing. If you can imply the things that aren’t there, you can do so much more while keeping everything sparse. Glad you found more than the words here. Thanks as always. Love how you view things! Your perspective is very different than my own, but also very much the same. Appreciate your thoughts. Thanks again!

  2. abykittiwakewrites says:

    Very nice.

  3. VJ says:

    Love this, Benjamin

  4. Grace says:

    Ooo Ben, I absolutely love this! I remember this poetic master πŸ˜‰. So good to see you playing around with different styles again. That first line had me hooked and I love where you took it. Spectacular write as always, my friend πŸ’šπŸ’™

  5. Wow – that’s wonderful, Ben. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing this with your readers – much appreciated!

  6. Hi Benjamin. Nice and abstract! Less is certainly more! Sharon

  7. Ah, thank you Benjamin! All the very best, Sharon.

  8. Cassa Bassa says:

    This is just a masterpiece, so few words, spoke layers of meanings. I needed to read this poem to be inspired to write again..thank you!

  9. Sunra Rainz says:

    Well, this is quite mysterious, Ben! I like the ambiguity of it πŸ™‚

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