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You are encouraged to participate in any way that is meaningful to you.

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All prompts beneath the photos are only suggestions.
You are free to use the photo to be inspired to write any way you desire.
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you may offer your writing to any prompt anytime.
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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Ancient Art

Photo by Kathryn
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Suggested prompt...
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Offer a poem or story for this image.



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Endless life cycles
roll through time
as day wanderers
stop to gaze in awe
as art jumps across time
linking hands
bridging culture
speaking the infinite.

septembermom

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6 comments:

Simply Heather said...

Control or Defeat, which shall you desire, oh, Pharoah?

Seems to me, a man with such strength would have moved mountains...with all of his servants and all.

If only you'd have chosen the path to righteousness. If only you would have bowed down to the One King worthy of serving, oh, Pharoah.

Your heart could have been set straight, if only....

morganna said...

Each carving lovingly detailed,
Painstakingly carved.
Explaining a story,
Heralding a battle,
Illuminating a life?
Those who could read it
Long dead,
It stands as a monument of passing time.

Marc said...

I shall not carve you in a hat;
Please stop asking me to do that.
This beak does not make you look fat,
So put down your slave beating bat!

Yes your wrists really are that thick.
No your skin doesn't look like brick.
What? No, that's not a candlestick.
These questions are making me sick!

Won't you let me create in peace?
I've sworn not to make you obese,
Your feathers won't have any grease...
Please, please, make all your squawking cease!

Don said...

Thoth

Ibis-headed man-bodied
Egyptian god of writing.

How appropriate you'd visit this place:
Pictures and prose grace this space.

Your writing's repetitive.
Are you stuck in a rut?

Visit more often
and sharpen your craft.

septembermom said...

Endless life cycles
roll through time
as day wanderers
stop to gaze in awe
as art jumps across time
linking hands
bridging culture
speaking the infinite.

christine said...

Would you just make you mind up where you want this thing to hang. My arms are getting tired. This isn't what I signed up for, you know? It's not in my job description.