The secret of juggling
is not to keep things
but to keep them in a constant
I like the way the poem looks like it’s falling too!
Oh, good! I was hoping it would look that way. Thanks for letting me know it worked. 🙂
There! Is that what you had in mind? I even think it works without the indents, all left-justified, because each line is longer than the previous one. I like it! Thank you! 🙂
my reply did not come up as typed… 😦 but ok!
That’s weird — in the e-mail notification, your poem comment showed up with each line indented a little further than the one preceding. The effect is lovely and makes me think of a waterfall. I’ll see if I can tweak the comment from my end so it looks that way. (Let me know if I get it wrong.)
Yes! That was my intention 🙂 or maybe indention… Thanks!
May our indentions always align with our intentions! 😉
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