Sunday, June 28, 2009

Prompt 70: Blue Rain


Thanks to Lissa at Just Writing Words for the prompt blue rain this week. Thanks, Lissa, for the photo, too!

yesterday my mind refused to expand any thoughts
it has left me alone
to dwell inside this crumpled body
aching without reprieve
all day I hid underneath a black cloud
shifting my heels
I fell into a puddle of blue rain
and slipped into darkness
when I opened my eyes
everything has changed into one hue
when the blue sun came out
a strange amusement took over me



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12 comments:

  1. Wonderful prompt! Thanks Lissa. Love your interpretation too.

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  2. Thank you Lissa, this was a nice and very challenging prompt. I had fun with it.
    I like your use of blue, I had thought of a moody poem too. Yours was much better than mine would have been, it kept me trying to decide if you would get into a better mood or not.
    Thank you,
    ..

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  3. Thank you for an unusual meme.


    http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2009/06/one-single-impression-blue-rain.html

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  4. Interesting process of feelings in your poem and love your photo!

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  5. thought I wouldn't write a piece for the prompt that I provide but somehow I ended up with one

    I'm glad everyone like the prompt

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  6. Nice prompt reminded me of rain falling from blue skies -- sunshowers.

    In the country we say "The Devil is getting married".

    Here is my haiku.

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  7. Yet another great prompt! Thank you Lissa...

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  8. Lovely photograph and wonderful quote !! Thanks for sharing..Do check my another blog also i.e.Unseen Rajasthan

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  9. The lyrics of a song by Jorma Kaukonen for this topic: Too many years

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  10. Playing along, but I'm cheating because I'll be out of town and won't be able to visit back for a while.

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