Monday, February 7, 2011

Change of Heart.


MICROFICTION
http://www.stonyriver.ie/2011/02

CHANGE OF HEART!

We said we'd meet beneath the clock!
(But my desire was fleeting!)
So now I lurk behind the blinds,
Avoiding an awful meeting!
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FRISKY FANTASY

Oh the delight of frisky weather,
Rain and sunshine both together.
Clouds that scud and winds that skitter,
Sometimes warm and sometimes bitter!
Shades of green that flash and flow,
Dark, then light, then off they go!
Shadows going separate ways
Joined then parted as we gaze.
Hair that flies in all directions!
Fields divided in patchwork sections.
Little flurries of misty rain.
They dampen, then they're gone again!
Trees that widdershin and creak.
Words that fly before we speak!
Laughter as we brave the breeze.
How I loved days such as these.
England is a place of treasures;
Quirky little gems and pleasures.
One of them is frisky weather.
Rain and sunshine both together.
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21 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great one for the day as always, Brenda! This pic wasn't the easiest to come up with something for, but it might have just been the gray doldrums of our mid winter BLAHS!! Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

Peggy said...

Sometimes when the blush is off the rose it's best not to meet again.
Perfect romantice touch.
Loved it!

sonia said...

I feel sorry for whoever was stood up! Good poem!

Pat said...

Aw, she's breakin' his heart, standin' him up. But now he can write a country-western song about it called, "Rejected Again."

I love your "Frisky Fantasy" weather poem. I lived in Ireland one year back in the day and the weather was just like that.

Diane said...

Love your MM! We do seem to avoid unpleasant things.... :O)

Elizabeth Mueller said...

Poor guy...

Have a great weekend!

♥.•*¨ Elizabeth ¨*•.♥

Karen said...

Love the building & clock as the perfect meeting locale! Hope your week is a great one! :>

Jim said...

I've hidden behind the blinds several times myself, RR.
Very nice take you have on this ยต-fiction prompt.
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the replicant said...

Sounds like someone got a case of cold feet!

Debora said...

Such a clever verse! We did have similar ideas, but I like yours better.

izzy said...

A blind date literally! thanks-

Doctor FTSE said...

An enjoyable interpretation.

septembermom said...

I like the idea of someone watching from the window. Great idea today!

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Terrific microfiction! I love the image of someone hiding out to avoid a meeting. LOL Your Frisky Fantasy poem is lovely. Beautiful flow of words and images.

Michael G-G said...

I can picture it. A fleeting desire, indeed.

Have a great week.

Dianne said...

the horror of 2nd thoughts
well done

Susan Fobes said...

So many women saw romance with this picture-hmm...it must be getting close to Valentine's Day. Superb poem Brenda!

ruthi said...

The waiting game is always a bad game. It's more terrible when you are waiting for nothing. Poor guy.

Melanie Sherman said...

Just adorable. Reminds me of my youth.

Vicki said...

Cute little poem. Very weel done!

Kay L. Davies said...

I don't know how you can do it, Brenda, poetry day after day. I really admire you for it.
Good stuff!
-- K