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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Stony Conversations

Photograph by Tiffany
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Suggested prompt...
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Share a story that includes their dialog.



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"Calliope, can you see that man's buttcrack? Look, he's bending over to pick up the change that fell out of his pocket. What a tool!"

"Can it, Thalia! I have SUCH a headache, this sun is killing me."

"Thalia, you're such a bitch. Calliope just wanted to make you laugh."

"Thanks, Melpomene, you're a doll. Hey you too, see that boy in the blue Yankees hat, the one nearest the fountain? I do believe he's looking up my dress!"

June Freaking Cleaver

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4 comments:

June Freaking Cleaver said...

"Calliope, can you see that man's buttcrack? Look, he's bending over to pick up the change that fell out of his pocket. What a tool!"

"Can it, Thalia! I have SUCH a headache, this sun is killing me."

"Thalia, you're such a bitch. Calliope just wanted to make you laugh."

"Thanks, Melpomene, you're a doll. Hey you too, see that boy in the blue Yankees hat, the one nearest the fountain? I do believe he's looking up my dress!"

Cynthia said...

If statues could speak
Would they say anything that
differs from our words?

Sabrina said...

Foremost statue: This sucks.
Fellow statues, in unison: Yep.

Simply Heather said...

Oh the thoughts that could speak to those people below, if only to be heard...if only to be spoken.

So much has been seen in the eyes of these, statues; so much as to say that they could spin circles in your minds...if only you would be attentive.

Take a look. Do you not think so? Open the ears within your eyes...just listen to them. What are they telling you?

"People, you have the ability to live in freedom but you forsake it. Shall we trade places?"