Minutes, or: Mean it

A dribble

The minutes
before
Shabbat are intense when
writing \\ poetry.
Will the final \\ product satisfy
me? I \\ must leave it
regardless.

The dribble

The dribble is a brief poem consisting of exactly 100 letters (not 100 characters—spaces and punctuation are not counted).

The name of the dribble is derived from the micro-fiction form known as the drabble, a story consisting of exactly 100 words. [READ MORE]

11 thoughts on “Minutes, or: Mean it”

  1. I don’t think we ever reach perfection in writing. At least, I do not, but I have learned to let go and to love and appreciate the imperfection in all that encompasses life. 💖 BTW, I just received your dad’s book. Flipping through excites my young nerdy brain, however, my old brain might not be able to solve a single riddle, but I will have fun trying. 🤪

  2. I have something I’d like to bring to your attention:

    Are our posts being plagiarized? Or am I over reacting?? Actually, I’m not too sure what a reblog is all about but I’m sure the attributes should sound different.

    http://loveandlovealone.com/2021/08/28/light-or-pale/

    I sent Nelsapy a comment on the one that had MY POST.

    The title of this link has your Writer print and so I’m worried for you too.
    Check it out.

    1. Selma, it’s okay with me. If the “reblog” button is activated on our blogs, any other WP blogger can click on it to “reblog” our posts on their blogs… but those reblogs indicate which blogs the posts came from… it’s not plagiarism, and for those people who don’t want others to reblog, they can just disable that function on their blogs.

      Personally, I have no problem with it, and it may even drive more traffic to our blogs if people come across our content on other people’s blogs.

      Thank you so much for thinking of me 💝

      Much love,
      David

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