Sunday, June 22, 2014

Small influences

Sweet Summer, 1912, John William Waterhouse 


Drawn to dark part of the garden
praying the Merlin Tarot
to bring a transformation
I disappear under the water spell…

Parts, defragmented
dancing in swirl
seduce the past
hell out of me

deep ~ deeper ~ …

the creature has a gun,
we talk:
“Where has you been
the last year?
The source of your
nourishment –
a dreadful kiss?!”
….

Oh, enough, not a plague…
the penny would cover
the bloody expenses…

I levitate…


~ ~ ~ ∞~ ~ ~         
                          


Brenda Warren




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26 comments:

  1. so its then, up and out, nice one. have a good Sunday

    much love...

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  2. ha. nice movement in this....and energy...i like the disentangled parts seducing the hell out of you...it comes across as an awakening to me....the end carries a but of mythical feel...

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  3. Great combination of prompts.

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  4. Very clever combination, as Gail says! It's very easy to disappear under a water spell...

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  5. A penny to cover such expenses, where can I find such a penny haha

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  6. Ouch a dreadful kiss... no penny can cover that expense...

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  7. I guess you never know what you will find in the garden.

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  8. The magical, other-worldly feel to this is enchanting :-)

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  9. Interesting poem with the prompt of words..gave it a dark twist..

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  10. Love the dark enchantment of it. And anything dealing with Merlin is always risking

    http://thequietone.net/2014/06/21/1124/

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  11. That trickling water from the fountain is the cause of this. The creature clearly is jealous and my mind is playing with innuendos.

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  12. The dark parts of the garden are always the most interesting..where the best stories are kept..i love how you've brought this painting alive..you capture her spirit..pay it off with a penny! Can learn a lot from that and lie back in the flowers

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  13. Nice flow and I like the twister thrown at the end.

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  14. Thanks, friends! Enjoyed the prompts and your comments!

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  15. Fun spin on a unique list.
    Ah, yes home...soon, so very soon.

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  16. oh that dark parts are an unexpected contrast to the peaceful mood of the pic

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