Sunday, February 2, 2014

Entrée

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Skilled bucolic dancer,
she tiptoed my dreams
barely fed.

Open sharp edge,
her potential
never will leave others flat.

As former adventure seeker
I miss alterative
road.

The virtual play of senses
with synergy balance
I probe.


Brenda Warren

Read more at: Magpie Tales, Sunday Whirl

23 comments:

  1. nice beat to this clever poem! Didn't leave me flat!

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  2. Sprightly and astute; well done.

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  3. i like the first stanza...
    my wife having been a dancer, there are plenty of them with body issues that dont eat...emaciating themselves....

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  4. How wonderful to be thought of as never leaving others flat! I want to be that exciting!

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  5. Oh never be a former adventurer...

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  6. Ah to probe.. I can see those feet doing just that.

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  7. It is fascinating to see what effect career choices have on a person and on yourself too as obsession becomes irrational and sad.

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  8. They are sure grand but rough it can be too, be fun to play piano with ones toes

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  9. Lovely words so very much like a melody .... nicely done.

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  10. balance is crucial to the reward of getting it done and crumbling the 'to do' list; luv your images in this poem

    I didn't link up this week, just reading from others

    much love...

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  11. Thanks for comments! I enjoyed reading them! Warm wishes to all :)xx

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  12. Lovely image and then the words skip down the page..maybe the spirit of adventure is more important than how it is undertaken..

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  13. As former adventure seeker
    I miss alterative
    road.

    One should always be on the move - it looks like! Nicely humbird!

    Hank

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  14. Well done, humbird. Wonderful jaunty beat to this.

    Pamela

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  15. Nicely written with a great beat! Bravo!

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  16. Creative combination of prompts.

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  17. Nice. Twinkle toes!
    Thanks for your visit to 'Stasis' in WP. ~Jules

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  18. Perfectly put! They do look inquisitive feet....!

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  19. Unique take on these words; completely different from anything else I've read and I really enjoyed your poem...

    http://thepoet-tree-house.blogspot.ca/2014/02/here-where-lie-former.html

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