Yellowed Door (A Word Weave)

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Yellowed Door (A Word Weave)
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Beginnings start to open new windows,

So only you use every yellowed door.

Right through holes step pointless shadows,

Spill life’s strength heated deep….Pore.

Evermore, evermore.

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Author Notes

Don’t be afraid to explore life.


This poem is a word weave. I thought this up on my own, but it my exist as some formal format that I’m not aware of. The idea is to write a poem were each word is followed by the next word using the last letter of the word before it. Hence the weave. I made it rhyme, but I guess it wouldn’t have to. The trick is to make sense of the poetic theme. It’s harder than you might think.


This picture is from Microsoft ClipArt.

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