Sunday, January 27, 2008

Overheard!



I overheard a miscellaneous chit-chat between two people, male and female on a train-ride, it fit the pi-series and colored my imagniation. Tell me the thoughts that conjured up in your head when you read this piece. I have used Pi = 3.14159265358979323


1."You?"
2."I will! I could"
1."Desirable?"
2."Oh, betcha..."
1."Wanna try?"
2."Right thinking.."
1."Beautiful! Amazing!"
2."Avengeful too"
1."OH!"
2."You?"
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Changed per mariacristina's suggestion that I liked too, removed the numbers...
I think I put them in there to give an idea of who-talks to whom though it didn't appeal much. Christine confirmed my beliefs, thank you Christine. So here's the revised version.
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"You?"
"I will! I could"
"Desirable?"
"Oh, betcha..."
"Wanna try?"
"Right thinking.."
"Beautiful! Amazing!"
"Avengeful too"
"OH!"
"You?"
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In response to the prompt from ReadWritePoem,
prompt from SundayScribblings,
prompt from WI,
prompt from FF.
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11 comments:

Steve said...

If it is any help I can't sing in Japanese............

This piece is very well done....

Love the interwoven prompts.

gautami tripathy said...

I am not so sure..

Consider it me..

mariacristina said...

I like the idea of including a conversation. Maybe leave off the numbers at the side.

paisley said...

i used this form too... i had originally seen it on christines blog and when i saw the prompt,, i just knew this was the moment to use it... what a fun script!!!!!

paisley said...

i just lost my comment,,, so if this appears twice feel free to delete... i used this form as well,, hat more perfect form tot fit in with the prompt no???

this was a really fun scropted dialogue... i wonder what the hell they were talking about tho.....

Shari said...

I've never heard of Pi Poetry until today. Very interesting.

Rambler said...

I liked the concept of using the pi..

keith hillman said...

Now you've totally baffed me with all those numbers! The only pi I know about is the one that ends with R Squared or one with meat in it!
Having said all that this was a most interesting rerad!

anthonynorth said...

There's an infinite variation of subject matter in those words.

LittleWing said...

hey, i thought it was great and very creative...flowed well..hilarious, intriquing...

tumblewords said...

So clever - I don't know the pi form but I'll check it out. This conversation is disconnected enough to allow lots of wondering. Great job!