Sunday, June 9, 2013

Rendezvous

Charleston Farmhouse Door
Pic prompt courtesy of The Mag 172


twisting stripes to swirls
in a sea of hay and oats,
we joined as one
behind the padlocked door
 
~

24 comments:

Jinksy said...

One way to make hay while the sun shines! LOL

Tess Kincaid said...

Lovely and so romantic...

Brian Miller said...

nice...i like the energy and motion in the visuals up front...might need to go lock a door w my wife...smiles....

Other Mary said...

Lovely Laurie. I like the use of the word "padlocked".

anthonynorth said...

Lovely romantic words.

Kathe W. said...

in a sea of Hay and Oats....mmm nice!

Kodjo Deynoo said...

It sounds like fun..hidden in the farmhouse for animal instincts

Berowne said...

Wily and sly; well done...

izzy said...

'In a sea of hay and oats'- now pray is this a hay barn? actually some friends turned their cow barn into a guest house! Nice-

Linda said...

I love the way you meshed the images with the source and wrapped everything up in a neat little package. Sublime work, Laurie. Thank you for sharing.

Helen said...

You give new meaning to 'life down on the farm!' Loved it.

Wanda Bates said...

That happens sometimes down on the ole farm. My Cuzzin Hildy-Bob tells me that's jest nature a-takin' it's course. She ought to know--she has eight young-uns!

A fun poem to be sure.

Dave King said...

Like it. Very suggestive!

Kutamun said...

Let me know when we're back on the ground again, Dorothea !

Martin said...

The sweet hay and a flush of pink. Laurie, this one has it all.

Little Nell said...

A feast for the senses.

Lyn said...

Amazing passion..so few words..a bit of perfection!

Emma Major said...

such heat and depth, amazing

hyperCRYPTICal said...

Love the idea of this...

Anna :o]

mindlovemisery said...

This is absolutely beautiful Laurie, love the imagery

Karen S. said...

What a gift this is!

gautami tripathy said...

Touched by this beautiful writing......

universe will not hand it over to you

patteran said...

Neat and sweet!

Sue said...

A perfect response to this prompt. Lovely!

=)