Monday, June 21, 2010

Magpie Tale-Use Your Own Imagination!



This is a post for Magpie Tale (arts) hosted by Willow at magpie tale

I wrote a poem, it is a work of fiction trying to have fun looking at the prompt.

When I was a child, one of my neighbor's sons is deaf, he is handsome and a skillful tailor, he has married the most beautiful girl who happens to be a cripple, their sons are perfect, none is deaf or a cripple. I simply feel like writing something silly about someone like that, the poem is a fiction based on my childhood neighbor. No offense! I love neightbors of my childhood.

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A deaf fellow Willy
Has a girl friend named Tiny,
His face turns shiny
Whenever he sees Tiny.
He works to become a world famous artist,
Despite the fact that mastering ancient arts is the hardest.
Willy travels a lot,
Which breaks Tiny's heart.
Once, back to town at last,
With an empty tummy,
Willy is found guilty
4 stealing
Something yummy
2 please Tiny and her Mummy.
Willy ends up in prison,
Has Willy learned his lesson?
To be continued...
Use your own imagination.

28 comments:

TALON said...

Awww, poor Willy! I hope he did learn his lesson and got out of prison and finally got to be with Tiny and they got to travel the world together :)

croleyc69 said...

I hope he learned his lesson. They seem like a sweet couple.

Caroline

Ronda Laveen said...

Jingle, You certainly saw a lot in that little tray holding the knife. Poor ol' Willy and Tiny.

Reader Wil said...

Sad story! I hope it'll have a happy end!

welcome to my world of poetry said...

A very sad story hope he has learnt his lesson.

Yvonne.

Irene said...

Thanks for visiting my photoblog! Wish you a great day!

Caty said...

cute poem Jingle...I hope it turns out better for them. Can't wait to read the rest :)

Helen said...

I do hope that lovely knife is part of a happy next chapter ... love the names you chose for your fiction.

RA said...

That was cute!

Together We Save said...

Oh... poor Willy!!

Heff said...

There's too much Tiny Willy in this for me to properly comment...

Cielo Azul Jewelry said...

Hmmmm, I hope Willy gets out of prison soon. I think Tiny would of loved one of his paintings=0)

Have a lovely day=0)
xoxo,
Carol

lakeviewer said...

You are on to something Big! I can't wait to see the full story here.

I also wanted to thank you for following my memoir blog. I just posted my last chapter and wanted to tell you how much each comment inspired me to continue. Thank you for your generosity and kind spirit.

Tumblewords: said...

I hope so - they seemed like fine people! :)

Nancy said...

I hope Willy wins over Tiny!

Jingle said...

Hello, Visitors:

I am off line for a few days...
Thank you for the comments...
Will see you later.
I need a break very urgently.
I have valued or enjoyed your encouragement and passion...
I carry your love and kindess with me whereever I go.

Take Good CARE!
Jingle/Ji
With My Very Best Regards!

soundoffreedom said...

unique and wonderful tale...take care Jingle!

Sam Liu said...

Beautiful poem, I loved the fascinating history behind it :)

Ed Pilolla said...

his face becomes shiny. so good.
the story is reflective and light at the same time.
mastering the ancient arts i would imagine is the hardest. and maybe most rewarding. you're doing that here.

Debbie said...

You top us all with imagination.

Selma said...

I have to know what happens. Please don't keep Willy in prison. He didn't mean to be bad. A very cute tale!

Muthering Heights said...

Very creative! I hope he did learn his lesson!

Mr. Stupid said...

I just hope Willy got out of prison and the poem had a "Happily ever after" ending.
Lovely writing, Jingle.

buffalodick said...

As guys have said before...Don't be silly, protect your Willy.. :)

Mama Zen said...

Poor Willy!

Sunny said...

Made me smile! Thanks Jingle! Here's to Willy.

The Urban Cowboy said...

Whoa...that's a hard lesson!

Nes said...

Wow Jingle I love the end! "to be continued...use your imagination" absolutely amazing! I was taken aback but I loved it.