Sunday Scribblings: I Believe

My first attempt at an American Sentence, created by Allen Ginsberg. It’s a sentence of haiku length, 17 syllables total:

"I believe; that kernel of faith which drives my being forward, onward."

9 comments:

Megs said...

I've never heard of an American Sentance before, very interesting. Thanks for sharing!

Lucy said...

thanks for the education! happy new year Thom!

paisley said...

i wish i could say i believed you too,, from the bottom of my heart.....

quin browne said...

you never cease to amaze me.

Tumblewords: said...

Great sentence. 'forward, onward' is good. Happy 2009!

gautami tripathy said...

Rightly so...

Linda Jacobs said...

It's like the hope in Pandora's box!

gel said...

Terrific way to start the new year reminding us of Ginsberg's American Sentence. I needed to follow your links to refresh my memory. I like this.

Melody said...

I've never heard of an American Sentence either but am inspired by it and your words. Thank you for who you are and all you do. Happy New Year.