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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Pyramids

Photo by Kathryn
for more of Kathryn's photography visit -
http://www.pbase.com/katwilkens
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Suggested prompt...
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Use pyramids creatively in your writing today.



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"Honeymoon with the Pyramids"

Lean me against a pyramid,
so I can feel time's stamp.
Wipe my brow worn from steps,
as I ponder on ages of fatigue.
Cradle me in warm arms,
so I can revel in this sight.

septembermom

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

From the belt of the Constellation Orion, the alignment was duplicated here by aliens--

Perhaps we are just colonists from another world after all, travelers
stranded here trying to let others of our kind know where we came from.

After all, isn't that why we carve initials into trees, paint on rocks, and build monuments? To send a message?

Remember the plaque placed upon the moon by Armstrong and Aldrin?

Next: Mars, and beyond that...

cagrowngirl said...

My collection of the pyramids are exquisite. It started with my great-grandmother on a camel with the pyramids in the background and it has grown from there...friends have their picture. One day I will have mine there on the wall also.

S Kay Murphy said...

Wow, Kathryn, what a gorgeous photo--perfect lighting, perfect time of day. Looks like a watercolor....

septembermom said...

"Honeymoon with the Pyramids"


Lean me against a pyramid,
so I can feel time's stamp.
Wipe my brow worn from steps,
as I ponder on ages of fatigue.
Cradle me in warm arms,
so I can revel in this sight.

Crazy Mo said...

Congrats Septembermom. I really like this piece. Who knew pyramids could be so erotic?!