Friday, April 11, 2014

A Sneer on Offer

                                                                                                Hank's Pastel
A to Z Challenge: # 10  -  J for Jeer
PPF : A Pastel on  A4 Dark Drawing paper

A jeer and a fear
A sneer to offer
One’s mere presence
Signifies extreme provocation

A wry smile
A sly foxy smile
Not to anyone in particular

Unflinching unruffled
A trait sinister of bother
Staring into another is disaster

Reminiscent of contention
Of conflict resolution
Though reluctant
but seemingly buoyant

For PPF and A to Z Challenge

16 comments:

  1. Love the face and words. Valerie

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  2. Awesome Pastel and poetry. What a treat to see some great artwork today. I sadly had to remove your post from the Pet Parade as it's only for animal related posts, but please link up if you have anything with pets or animals to share. Hope you're sneering is behind you & turned to a smile this Friday.

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    1. Thanks Mastilock. Will bear this in mind

      Hank

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  3. Have to watch those sly smiles, much can hide behind them

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  4. Great job on the angle of the face! A cool interpretation of the prompt, too!

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  5. That's one scary sneer
    I'd rather have a beer
    Or I won't be able to sleep
    Thinking of such a creep ;)

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    1. Thanks Blue Grumpster
      Just a little sneer not a bother
      A defense mechanism in a way
      For ladies to keep wolves at bay

      Hank

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    2. I didn't sleep all night.
      With that sneere on your site

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    3. Not meant to scare
      Though some were aware
      Just let it be
      Needn't have to see!

      Hank

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  6. Yes, if it is just for ladies to keep wolves at bay then the sneer is much less sinister.

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  7. Interesting face with just as effect words.

    Annabelle : )

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  8. Great face and words. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. the face tells us much
    without ever needing to use words....

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  10. Your pastel is amazing - the words are wonderful as well -but the pastel speaks volumes by itself

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