Wednesday, February 15, 2017

short story slam week 62, 63 , Weekly Prompts


sunny flags...

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Love is in the Air [Friday My Town Shoot Out]

 Image result for sunny flag yellow  Kate Middleton


F is for Folger Coffee and Fowler museum, fabulous poetry

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words jump out of oven
things go weird by Philip Levine

butter of peanuts in bread slices
grained burlap and forgiven mishaps

trust holiness?
disagree with half way between gutted poetress?

home alone
the sun and the table are brown, frowning

gray apron and red roses
the day goes withered through our hidden fears

bird feed houses stack up in tree tops
a pole speaks without being heard

ferocity and dot woo food
all SunMaid prunes are good

Folger coffee and Fowler museum
all Foolish fans fold their words into a V shape

we enjoy looking at Katie Middleton
and her yellow gown seems young all through town







Whirligig 99

THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "They Feed They Lion" by Philip Levine: burlap, butter, bread, gutted, gray, grained, feed, ferocity, forgiven, holiness, home, hidden

 
Palms 

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short story slam week 62, on story of Mark Surman, Jim Wales, James Waldo, Rachel Roy, and Susan Grossman along with Firefox 

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6 comments:

Kate Neal Virginia Ann Hargis said...

happy February.

Melody Steenkamp said...

Good choice for f

Have a nice ABC-Wednesday / _ Week
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Roger Owen Green said...

I never did get a taste for coffee
ROG, ABCW

Trubes said...

I do enjoy a decent cup of home brewed Espresso,
with a buttery biscuit,,,Yum !I'm thinking of investing in
a new coffee machine but not quite sure which one,
husband is researching, right now!
I love your poem,
most interesting,
best wishes,
Di,
ABCW team.

Sevilla Chass Wilcox Bailey Pichar said...

wonderful

Ballmer Samrufz Rivera Dell Fitts said...

very pleasant post.