Which writing is it?
This lilting writing,
mimicking bright birds in flight,
is vivid ink,
Greg O’Connell © 2010
This riddle is a univocalic. It uses only one vowel.
Answer: In the comments section below.
This is a beautiful thought (and poem). I too love coloured inks. And your writing does sing.
I’ll tell you later – gives others a chance
Well I haven’t figured it out yet, but it’s past my bedtime so I’m probably a bit tired
I hope these poems will stay up after April is over, because I’ve been too busy writing to see what others have been doing
Holy cow: univocalic? You’ve got chops, bro!
Great poem. I might try a univocalic once I’ve settled down from NaPoWriMo.
Intiristing niw kind if piim I’ve nivir hird if.
This will keep me occupied for days! I love, ‘vivid ink, / singing.’
Here’s a big hint, guys. The answer features the letter ‘i’, and the letter ‘y’. Your challenge is to post the correct answer before I do! GO =)
literary?, but that isn’t univocalic. I give up!
Heehee! It’s plural, and it’s a six-letter word…GO =)
hmm…I suck at puzzles, but I like the poem. /i/ and /y/ together create a dipthong…but that has nothing to do with this!
Here’s the final clue. The answer goes: _ y _ i _ _ with each underscore representing a different consonant. GO =)
Could it be lyrics?
Congratulations, Denise on reading between the lines! ‘Lyrics’ is indeed the answer! GO =)
I didn’t guess the right answer, but I love the poem.
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