You no what that is outstanding so creative
This is such a short piece but the words at the end made this poem seriously if it would of been more complicated longer or not had the last stanza I don't think it would of worked everything you did was perfect you made it so we could understand just enough it's sooo inspirational one of the best I've read and it's a nomination and added to my favourites
This is a great piece! I was totally nerding the first time I read the paragraph you posted, and learned (more in depth) about how our eyes and brain process language, and written word. I adore experimenting with the alphabet, so I especially appreciate this :)
The simple transition back to clarity at the end was lovely.
A creative example of "dysgraphia" (=jumbled wordings), more specifically letter-position dysgraphia variant (i.e not involving substitutions, additions, and omissions, but only mis-positioning of letters), often seen in children/some adults with or without dyslexia or other learning difficulties, and rarely after injuries to the angular cortex of the brain (a piece of brain that is part of the language decoding area, such as in an interesting condition called Gerstmann's syndrome).
Dysgraphia (easy to understand quote from Wikipedia) is really a transcription disability, meaning that is a writing disorder associated with impaired handwriting, orthographic coding (orthography, the storing process of written words and processing the letters in those words), and finger sequencing (the movement of muscles required to write). It often overlaps with other learning disabilities such as speech impairment, attention deficit disorder, or developmental coordination disorder.
Very nice and educational piece for those who will work with children with special needs (dyslexia/dysgraphia) in schools and special situations. Good job Liz.
(Could not resist breaking my own promise of <48 hrs ago, haha!)
Edit: Forgot to compliment you for the beautiful emotions presented here from a woman's point of view towards her man, and the support she gets from being in total love.
This made me smile. I love the fact you gave this ago and I think it is very interesting.
Anyway enough about the way the poem was written and more about what poem was actually saying - I found this piece to have alot of emotion inside it and I like how you kept things light yet really impacted on the reader.
A fantastic piece that is loveable and puts a smile on the readers face
5 years ago
by Tara Kay
I read this a few days ago but never commented due to being at work and I completely forgot to comment when I got home...
But I love the idea behind this and I am guessing it took some time to write because of making sure the words were written correctly and all...
I read this quite easily and it is very strange how we do this,
I think you expertly pulled off what is a tricky concept.
What a cool idea to write on, and the meaning in this poem too was beautiful....losing yourself when you are with him, him bringing you into another world and how you can't always make sense of it. Congratulations Liz! I smiled when reading this, it was a thrilling concept when you explained it at the beginning and you expressed so much when I read it.