Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Arts In Magpie Writing



Image credit: google.com (art in nature)

The larger the house, the prettier the spouse;
The stronger the case, the thinner the brief;
The smaller the gaps, the happier the relations;
The lower the price, the shorter the life.

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The deeper the snow, the greener the plants;
The higher the climb, the wider the views;
The shorter the talk, the sure the attention,
The funnier the joke, the louder the laugh.

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_____, ______;

Your turn, can you make a pair of something?




Willow's magpie prompt

There are many things called art, Creative writing is one,Blogging is another, music, performing, and fashion, they are arts that can never divorced from life...

This is my entry 4 the following:

Magpie Tale : http://magpietales.blogspot.com/

ABC Wednesday at: http://abcwednesday-mrsnesbitt.blogspot.com/ (A is 4 Arts in life)

53 comments:

Ellen aka Ella said...

This was clever, lovely and sad, you blended it well~ Some lines so true!
I will think about this and come back n' post! YOU are right so many mediums to chose from;it is endless~

Amy said...

Great writing as alway.. Have a great day..

Brigid said...

Lovely take on the Magpie prompt, thought provoking.

Someone Is Special said...

Ji, Loved it.. always enjoyed reading your wonderful poetry..

Someone is Special

Life with Kaishon said...

That first picture is so beautiful. I just love it. God made such a beautiful world for us to live in : )

TALON said...

So much truth tucked in your writing, Jingle.

Tess Kincaid said...

Interesting Magpie, Jingle. Thank you.

Cheryl said...

The longer one lives; the less one knows.

Nicely done Jingle.

Cheryl
ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

Love the top pic.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Gigi Ann said...

The faster I go, the behinder I get.

I like your A for Art, post today.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very cleverly written Jingle, well done.
Yvonne.

thingy said...

"The larger the house. the prettier the spouse."

Very interesting observation. : )

annell said...

I liked your pairing very much, I haven't got one, but I'll think about it?

Lyn said...

Can count on you for something this clever...
The higher the sky,
the whiter the clouds...

Kay L. Davies said...

"The older I get, the less I regret."
Excellent post, Jingle.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jingle said...

love those lines you create, Cheryl, Gigi Ann, Thingy, Lyn, and Kay...

your guys rock....

Thanks for the encouraging words, Ellen, Amy, Bridgid, Someone is special, Life with Kaishon, Talon, Tess,

Happy Tuesday.
:)

Captain Dumbass said...

Nice work, Jingle.

Gandhali said...

loved the poem jingle

Kristin said...

Such wonderful writing! I couldn't even think of one - Love the first line especially!
Thank you too for your sweet comment - it made my day, xoxo

Tumblewords: said...

Ah, how clever you are!

Reflections said...

Wonderful, clever writing... leaves one pondering til the middle of the night, that's when it will come to me you know. Just when the sleep is getting comfortable.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Nice Job Jingle, as always.

Sex, Drugs and Bacon Sandwiches said...

Fab as always - I've missed coming here... I am back in blogland and no longer eternally distracted ;)

Coupon Queen said...

I loved this match up! How about one that is always true for me... The cloudier the day....The better the book. Have a fantastic day yourself. :)

uma.a said...

Interesting poem...and very true

Myrna R. said...

I tried to think of something but haven't had my coffee yet, so nothing emerges. You did a great job.

Rebecca said...

Oh I am sooo back with words. So the greater I admire you!

jijie said...

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Take Care

Jijie :)

Lulu Post said...

Visiting from ABC Wednesday. I am your new follower too. I hope you can visit my entry too.
A is for Angels

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

The thicker the clothes, the softer the fall.
The softer the fall, no fall at all.

Great Jingle.
QMM

Lola said...

Great writing - as always!

XOXO Lola:)

ds said...

Love your pairings, they are quite philosophical. Neat take on the magpie prompt as well "the deeper the snow..." Thank you.

Rebecca said...

Very fun and clever-loved the pic of the ladies in the snow! Enjoyed!

Together We Save said...

Great job!!

The Reason You Come said...

"The larger the house, the prettier the spouse;"

LOL! Funny, but I've observed this to be true! :)

Coronet Blue said...

Cleverly written! And all true. My favorite is "The higher the climb, the wider the views". What wisdom! :)

Dave King said...

I agree with Ellen, that was clever in the very best sense of the word.

Strummed Words said...

Nice words of wisdom.
Three

Kodjo Deynoo. said...

They is always a connection in life and those that know it, know how to respond in life, what to look for..Thanks for this poem

JamieDedes said...

Clever, Ji! :-)
Have to mull over possible pairs.

Rosidah Abidin said...

Beautifully written! I love the image, too. Have a wonderful weekend, dear.

"The angrier emotion, the deeper the wounds."

Sares said...

Great post! There's a wee bit of irony thrown in there. Thanks for stopping by and have terrific weekend!

magiceye said...

the more the merrier!

paige said...

Love, love, love. LOVE!

budh.aaah said...

nice pairing of words
:)

Cad said...

The larger the house, the prettier the spouse?

Not where I come from! LOL!

Fay's Too said...

how about:
The larger the birthday, the shorter the year.
Very nice.

Fay's Too said...

The farther the bathroom, the fuller the bladder.
(why do mine all have to do with age? hmmmm.)

caroline said...

Love the pairing of words.

my take:

The greater expectations, the lesser the satisfactions.
( i suck, i know)

You did a great job indeed

Lena said...

Amazing stuff! I'll call back with a pair of somethings. It's tougher than you imagine!

Julie Jordan Scott said...

What an interestingly different take on the prompts. Brava for your fabulous and unique way with words on this one, dear Jingle.

to read my Magpie, click here.

Sumit Sarkar said...

Really Ji..this is very clever..

Cheers :)

Anonymous said...

wonderfully crafted ji. loved it.

trisha
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