18 comments on “Two Sides

  1. Three forms in fact. The content of the second stanza is totally opposite to that of the first. Well written, and it couldn’t have been easy.

    • The opposing views is why I named it “Two Sides” The idea to make a word acrostic came second. To also make it a serpentine came last. Now that was the hard part.

  2. And I was wondering is you were trying to do some poetic form of hanjie, having the whole silhouette be a woman’s body. I think not, but you’re pretty close to doing that too! 😀

  3. is tonight enough, or more all the more….soemtimes it feels as if one night might be enough, but than again….i def like the contast you present….

  4. I really enjoyed this, depicting the passion of romance, turning inside out that paradox of eternity and transience. Each moment cannot contain eternity, though we desire it to. Your poem really captures that so well.

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