Sunday, December 11, 2011

Dilemma

                                          Image: Moustafa Habibi
Picture Credit: Courtesy of Tess' Magpie


Any Way Out?

You and I looking
Wondering what is in store
I in my domain

You are free to float
When the tide comes you are safe
But what about me?

Inspired by Tess' Magpie #95

21 comments:

  1. that was very deep..
    it took 2 times read to understand that :)

    Fantastic read !!

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  2. Jyoti - Thanks, wondering where it took me too!

    Hank

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  3. ummmmmm, choices.... can't help but to ask my love, my keeper??!!

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  4. Hmmm what about me indeed. Could be left to a suffering fate or maybe he's just the bait.

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  5. i think you better hope you can hold your breath...ha...there is danger in putting down roots too deep...?

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  6. Really interesting take on the prompt, the whole tide thing slipped my mind entirely.

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  7. wonderful and very deep...
    its one of your bests for sure..

    Fantastic post..!!!

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  8. pieceofpie - someone dear would come to the rescue?

    Pat - Could be an untimely fate
    But too luxurious a bait!

    Brian - He wouldn't last but sure learnt a lesson not to be too deep rooted!

    SR Mike - Didn't see it initially but felt about it!

    Madeleine,Yvonne and Madhu - Thanks to you all!


    Hank

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  9. Different, imaginative way of looking at the prompt...

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  10. very thought provoking. Love the picture prompt too. Rather Salvador Dali!

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  11. Powerful and unique take on the prompt, Hank...

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  12. You wove magic haiku this week! Not venturing out of one's domain must be like living in a
    make-believe world.

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  13. It's best to not get too attached.

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  14. Lovely thoughts responding to this prompt. "What about me?" felt sad, an abandoned feeling. This had a great emotional aspect to it. Nice job.

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  15. Ooh, interesting perspective. Well done.

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  16. Indeed, sometimes we should be happy with what we have and count our blessings eh!
    Great use of the prompt!

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