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Friday, 25 November 2011

Tissue Promises

Tissue Promises 

Your tissue promises flit around 
Colouring in my dreams, 
Banishing my frowns, 
Promising me wonders of life extremes, 
 Though tissue promises are all that they are. 
Flitting around like manic sprites, 
Flying ,spinning, acting bizarre, 
Tissue promises just aren't right! 
Don't colour my world, 
I'll take black and white,
Cos tissue promises always get torn,
  Constant disappointments just leaves 
My inner magic, destroyed, forlorn! 

Chelsea Bednar

Submitted to In Tandem  where art and poetry come together ....thanks to Chelsea for the lovely painting which I thought looked very textural and like tissue !

7 comments:

  1. I do like your interpretation of this Tandem! Thanks for playing again. ♥

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  2. tissue promises seldom last...i would def not settle for them...hope you have a great day!

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  3. I love this week's In Tandem prompt. I like how you played with it, but maybe you just have to be a little more careful with how you play with your toys Kez

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  4. Creative... tissue promises don't last... very nice ~

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  5. you've coined a new term tissue promises

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  6. How are you today?

    Happy end of November!

    Appreciated your support to our poetry picnic,

    Hope to see you share today,

    A random poem or old poem will do the wonders too.

    Your talent rocks.

    Hope to see you in.

    xoxox

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