Words set in stones // not on a digital screen
Lasting impressions carved on paper for the ages
Black ink embossed on each page
Linking past intentions with present emotions
Digital words can disappear in an instant
Book’s printed pages can last for centuries
Stamp Art: Dwight L. Roth
Self-Published Poetry Book
Our prompt for today’s Quadrille (44 Words) at d’Verse, is the word set, When I think of books, they are the next best thing to being “set in stone.” I remember using a typewriter like this for many years, when I was still teaching school. I had to type really hard to make the keys cut through into the purple master. Now everything is done in digital format, which can be lost at the click of a button. Call me old school, but I still like having hard copies to back me up!
I have included my new self-published book of poems collected from the many poems written for my blog and for d’Verse.
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