Monday, August 8, 2011

Magpie Tale #77




Snowflake and giggling chips,
Golden hair dips,
Jokes baked,
Coke cans naked.
.
Hungry eyes,
Sexy pies,
Ghosts pancakes,
Earthquake body shakes.
.
Ex-lovers’ wine,
Angel and beast soup,
Someone screamed outside the door
While I noticed a bloody hand on the floor.

39 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Excellent, much imagination has gone into this, Loved it.

Yvonne.

Brian Miller said...

ha...love the little twisted perspective in this...creepy in a good way!

UmaAnandane said...

Wild Imagination!...nice

Laurie Kolp said...

Creative take on the prompt! I didn't expect that ending!

Bossy Betty said...

Hi Jingle! I love Edward Hopper. You did a great job with this.

Together We Save said...

Great job!!

thingy said...

Wow, very cool.

Anna said...

Creative and unpredictable!

Ramesh Sood said...

Thanks for your visit to my blog.. it makes me feel enhanced..

Liked your haunting poem..hope you found that the hand had red color and not blood.. keep visiting ..thanks..

Fred said...

Really nicely done. Good flow and a nice twist there

Jyoti Mishra said...

really good..
well written n fantastic imagination

Rachel Hoyt said...

Deep, imaginative and slightly creepy. I like it. :)

Erratic Thoughts said...

Wild and creepy...
very interesting take :)

Rek said...

The end was something I never imagined...I liked the built up a lot...engrossing fare.

Nicholas V. said...

I liked the punchy, shortness of the tempo and the rhymes that made the ending even punchier!

120 Socks said...

I was hooked from the giggling chips - Bravo!

Shah Wharton said...

Thanks for the visit - Enjoyable read. Shah. X

Kathryn Stripling Byer said...

That bloody hand! Oh my. All sorts of things can happen on a Summer Evening, and this painting invites us to find them, as you have.

Rosalind Adam said...

This is the first time I've come across a Magpie Tale post. Love your take on the photograph. Sinister. Thank for your visit and I shall now pop over to visit Magpie Tale.

Doctor FTSE said...

Very different and imaginative.

Tess Kincaid said...

I love naked coke cans!

Lena said...

Nice little write, with a twist of dark. Angel and beast soup....? Is there a recipe...?!

kaykuala said...

Takes me along some mysterious journey. Loved it!

Eclipse said...

Wow...great!

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Very creative and fits with the Hopper.

Thanks for your visit!

J Cosmo Newbery said...

Naked Coke cans! Now I'll never get to sleep!

ds said...

Giggling chips and naked Coke cans. Wickedly imaginative and fun (even with the creepy ending)! Thank you.

Cynthia said...

Surreal with humor.

Donna B said...

Whoa! What a mental ride! Great images!

booguloo said...

Looks like we were on the same page this time. Liked the twist.

lynnaima said...

The pic and the first lines did bring me to a 1950's era, that kinda feel, real nice!! :)
Happy potluck!!!

http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/08/13/words-not-spoken/

Craig Watson said...

Love ur style ! Nice write !

the critics said...

NICE READ ENJOYED IT

Desert Rose said...

WOW..fabulous imagination..i loved how the little words took me to wider horizons..creepy and cool..:)

pandamoniumcat said...

Great Poem...with a sinister element...Angel and Beast soup...great!

beccagivens said...

Angel and beast soup ... hmmm! Interesting composition ~~ with a surprise ending! :-)

mysticmarleei said...

what a journey. you lead me one direction then took off in another. good job!

kez said...

quite a surreal write ...lovely in a sensual yet creepy way ...thank you

cinnamonblues said...

Really creative, evocative piece :)