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Woman In Vines

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #44 Skin of milk contrasts starkly with vermillion in dress and cuffs. Red-leafed vines float about her as if  she is enwrapped in a valentine. Body still, except for one pale arm raised, fingers cupped … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads- Art/FLASH 55!  (posted by Kerry) “This weekend, I am introducing Luke Eidenschink, self-taught, left-handed Artist/Illustrator working in ink, from Arizona, USA. Luke has kindly given permission for us to use his amazing piece, … Continue reading

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What The Fox Knows

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #37 She is certain of her role as protector of  the animal kingdom. Tough lady in red, fearless, through peerless jade eyes. My eyes of amber pierce fierce darkness, and chilling howls of the unknown. … Continue reading

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On A Mission

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Camera FLASH! 55 “As an added extra to this challenge, you may write a Flash 55 inspired by the photograph, or on a subject of your choice.” Her long, drab coat teases … Continue reading

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Witchy Snake Woman

Written for:  Miz Quickly – November Nudge #19 One thin dime, one tenth of a dollar, and you are guaranteed to hoot and holler, when Dorinda does her snake dance. She’s witchy, scary, coal-black eyes. She swerves, swirls, and slithery … Continue reading

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Never Listen To Talking Bottles

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #25 I wanted to be an autumn tree, for what could be lovelier? Drink me, the bottle said, and you will forever be an Autumn tree. Now, lost on edge of vibant forest, I cannot remember … Continue reading

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Grey-Tinted Woman

Written for:  The Sunday  Muse #21 She wonders, grey-tinted woman, why colors exist if she cannot see them. She’s told her lips are perfectly painted in late- autumn orange. They insist. Oversized glasses are purchased in a magic shop.  She … Continue reading

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Two Faces

Written for:  Poetics Aside #451 “For today’s prompt, write an other side poem. For some, the first thing that might come to mind is the afterlife. But the other side could also mean the other side of the door, the … Continue reading

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Cradle of Comfort

Written for:  The Sunday Muse #17 Out on a limb– my favorite tree where Dad used to take me. Warm afternoon is fading as I sit patiently waiting to reach a decision. Perhaps, I hope to glean some wisdom from … Continue reading

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Gathering

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – Fireblossom Friday – Art of Edward Emerson Simmons A few spare moments to gather my thoughts Beyond neighbor’s yard swirl of pink an elbow of sky Steady weather dry and clear for … Continue reading

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