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"All too easy to pretend that the little things don't matter,
even though life itself is but a collection of little things."
From the poem, "Too Easy," by C.V. DeRobertis
 

What is a Tendril?

A Tendril™ is a short, self-contained work, which typically takes the form of:
  • Single text piece (a.k.a. a one-liner)
  • Short poem/prose/verse
  • Two to three sentences or short paragraphs
  • Small image (with or without text)

Tendrils appear in the on-going series Today's Tendril…™ and in Tendrils™ collections (numbered, named, or themed), as batches ("A Batch of..."), or in sets (e.g. "Three Tendrils for Today").

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Where do Tendrils come from?

Thoughts, musings, and melancholy.

Incidental and transitional moments.

Sticky notes to the self.

Excerpts from inner dialogue.

Light-bulb revelations.

The simmering subconscious.

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Why are Tendrils important to you?

Everything I create starts off as a Tendril in some way, shape, or form.

I "see" things in terms of Tendrils.

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How would you classify Tendrils?

In addition to the previous descriptions on this page, if Tendrils had their own tag cloud, then it would contain the following:

adages, anecdotes, aphorisms, bits and pieces, cerebral circles, colloquialisms, emotional captions, clouds, epigrams, excerpts, flash fiction, fortune cookie wisdom, free verse, grains of sand, Heaven vs. Hell, humor, inner dialogue, leaves, little bits of ideas unfolding in ASCII text, little things, markings, meditations, mental debris, mental streams, musings, one-liners, pebbles, philosophy, pieces, platitudes anew, poems, pontifications, prayers, proclamations, prose, proverbs, questions, quips, quotes, rain drops, random thoughts, reflections, sayings, scenes, shades of gray, slants and slices, snippets, snow flakes, solitary moments, sticky notes to the self, text constructs, the ever present now, thinkerings, threads, twigs, verse, vignettes, witticism

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Tendril, Tendrils, and Today's Tendril… aretrademarks of Christopher V. DeRobertis.