Great words. Enjoyed that.
What a great piece!
This picture is a stumper! You framed it into a good poem!
Good take. Tess can come up with some amazing stuff, can't she?
Imagination is precious. Thanks for yours.
Great response to the image Laurie -- and no, they most certainly are not...
"...red heart lips"...really nice...
Great take on the photo!
You took this in an unexpected (to me) direction. Way to go, Laurie.Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
Laurie,Absolutely different and original.Great creativity!Thank you for visiting my Blog. I have been on holiday recently and slow to make Blog visits!Eileen
No joy in Duckville.
Dear Laurie, Tasty - and luck is very important to ducks!And as a fellow Tree-Hugger (maybe?)Thanks for commenting on my Sunday Tree last week. I’ve posted a new ‘Tree’ and would like to invite you to write something in response to it – or to one of the earlier tress. The post can be found here:http://writteninexile.blogspot.com/2011/10/sunday-trees-experimental-tree.htmlBest wishes, Isabel
Most of us will have laughed to cover that same sadness.
Bcause of you I saw those red lips!
ha...ok i am laughing in sadness as well...smiles.
humor and sadness...but I must admit I did giggle...lol
A laugh and a chill. Great job!
Yes, not all ducks are "lucky". LOL (I'm a wimp... I buy my chicken already cut up and de-boned.)
love this,you truly captured the photo image well,added your creative wit and humor.
I laughed too. Are you sure the hanging ducks aren't going to judge? :DCheers,Arnab Majumdar on SribbleFest.com
Beautiful Laurie especially the last two lines ~ "and we roll over in laughter to mask the sadness we feel." I like the sensitive influence this poem has!! Good one!!
Being sorry for the ducks - great idea.
Now there's a thought! LOL
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