Twenty-four words from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

This is the poem
of the soul
Naked to sun
and rain
Like the white soul
of the saint
These are the hands
that believe
and build


Twenty-four words from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; I inserted “soul” in the second line and “These are” in the third line from the bottom.

© 2014 Irina Dimitric


About irinadim

Kookaburra sweet, you neither chirp nor tweet. Your laughter is much like mine, my cackle is much like thine. We are two sister souls, one clad in feathers, the other in clothes. ~ Irina ~ I’m a budding blogger. Poetry and photography are my newest passions, living in perfect harmony inspiring each other. I like both free verse and form poetry and am quite proud to let you know that I am the creator of a new form named ‘tercetonine’. Blog Name: Irina's Poetry Corner Blog URL:
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11 Responses to Twenty-four words from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  1. katlnhat says:

    Wonderful, Irinadim as usual 🙂

  2. Thank you for this! Just lovely!

  3. pambrittain says:

    Wow, you did good, Irina.

  4. Beautiful thought that touches the heart.Have a wonderful week Irina.

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