Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Lucky penny...



dversepoets.com


In 140 characters or less, write a macro poem with a macro photo -




Shiny penny in the sand,
  glinting 
 put it in my pocket, 


  the sun escaped   
Then wetness  met my welcoming face 
rolling down my collar bone 
It is March after all 
and the lion roars 




24 comments:

  1. nice...love the lion roar....smiles...for me that makes for cool spiritual implications....the ocean is a great setting for restoration as well....sounds like a serene time out at the beach....

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    1. nice pic which hits the macro,
      but as much as i like the peace in the verse,
      can you cut it to 140 characters so it fits the prompt
      @dverse tonight?

      please.
      smiles.

      then re-link?

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    2. still love the lion roar...
      and just thought too about the in like a lion out like a lamb quote...

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    3. Oops...thank you, Brian, done...I had been writing short stories for a local submission - 100 words!! So I was thinking in terms of words instead of characters...hope this works...have no other recent macro photos to post, tho...smiles..

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  2. I think it is really kind of cool how finding something like a lucky penny can work to really brighten a person's day. If we believe a penny has some power, then of course it does. Smiles.

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  3. something about barefoot in the sand - that resonates with me as the perfect place to be

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  4. mmm...my feet do long to be free from the confines of these winter shoes. oh, and to feel the sun on my face...lovely piece.

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  5. Bright toes and penny in the sand...photo and poem "fit" prompt perfectly!

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  6. yes - the lion roars.. march has something wildly awakening...

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  7. This has lots of meaning into it...............

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  8. Beautiful finding here - nice and warm visuals, smiles.

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  9. You made me want to put that penny in my pocket and believe in my luck!

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  10. Oh, definitely smiles. The only sand I've seen lately is on the golf course (unfortunately I'm in it too often.) :0)

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  11. Quite a pleasant scene you describe...I like!

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  12. Ah.. what a nice end.. and contrast to the rest of the poem.. and such a nice picture.

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  13. I love the ending K ~ Lovely micro poem, smiles ~

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  14. Wonderful photo, and interesting, unexpected poem to go with it. (I like being surprised.)

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  15. A real treat to be barefoot in the sand in March, with or without the "lucky" penny. Nice thought.

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  16. Mmmmm. Love this. I want to be by the sea, always, but especially after reading this. Beautiful.

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  17. Loved the end...and the lion does roar!

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  18. The wind blows, the lion roars yet we wait for rain. Loved your photo and your micro poem.

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  19. Pretty photo. Your poem was also very relaxing. I love the images in it. :-)

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