Thursday, September 14, 2017

a measure of psychedelic forms

                                                                              Attribution: Google labelled for re-use 
Image: 1080p - Opening (here)
(1080p (1920x1080 px; also known as full
HD or FHD and BT.709) is a set of  HDTV high
-definition video modes characterized by 1080
horizontal lines of vertical resolutions (here)

the 12 given words:
measure skirt clutch reverse loop socket
arabesque (foliage and figures represented in a fancifully combined pattern)
simmer (in a state of subdued or restrained activity)
granny knot (a binding knot to secure a rope or around an object)
dawdle (to waste time)
pistil (the female reproductive part of a flower)
stamen (the male reproductive part of a flower that produces the pollen)

a measure of psychedelic forms
skirting the imagination extending
an arabesque kind of presentation
in a state of suspension simmering

very fluid with no granny knot
to interfere or to clutch onto tightly
a reversed loop might be sought
without having to dawdle unwittingly

such images may test the visuals
where pistils and stamens are set
to be fused in patterns very unusual
but safely into wide opening sockets

MLMM's Wordle #171
MLMM's image at Tale Weaver # 137– 14/9/17 – opening
Sanaa's at Real Toad's  -  of muse and me


  1. This is a very unusual combination of prompt words, that you whirled into an interesting poem, Hank. Well done! The image is pretty cool, too.

    1. The image was the initial prompter that motivated the idea of the poem yes, Sherry!


  2. My goodness! This is so incredibly penned!❤️ Thank you so much for participating, Hank!

  3. Sure can test what one does sea, as trippy images come to be.

  4. That's certainly a mind bender of a poem!

  5. Hey, that's how I saw the world back in 2013! No joke.

    1. Gone far worse in recent years it would seem, Blue!


  6. Great job with this one, Hank. You have captured the imagery of a shroomer. (a psychedelic)

  7. wow - you've done such a brilliantly fun and fantastic job with these prompts Hank! Great form and scheme - excellent use of this week's wordle and great play with the tale weaver's opening!

    thanks, on Michael's behalf too, for playing along at MLMM :)