“As I Sang Into Your Heart” by Heathcliff
This poem reads three ways. The traditional way from top to bottom, left to right.
It also separates out into smaller stories shown in different colors on the image. “Some of the short stories are meant to convey hesitation and a little confusion about what is going on in the heart of the reader / listener.”
Finally, the poem can be read from bottom to top, left to right. “This is meant to illustrate that music is repetitive and surrounds you, and sometimes you hear and feel different things when you hear the same song again, perhaps sung a different way or by someone else.”
A special thanks to Heathcliff for sharing his beautiful words with us once again.
We truly appreciate it!