Saturday, April 7, 2018

earning its stripe for bread

                                                                                            Author: Alastair Forbes
Image: A Messenger
(March 21st 2013. First ever Sunday Photo Fiction)

A Triquain - created by Shelley A.Cephas.
(non-rhymic) with syllable count of:
 – 3, 6, 9, 12, 9, 6, 3

the 12 given words:
stripe bread on drive light off snatches 
switch stranger devil shy growl 

earning its
stripe for bread on a drive
above, the only way it knows best

light off the feet, snatches of journeys to switch
directions, stranger than devil's speed
shy of growls and, mission
accomplished

MLMM's Triquain  -  saturday-mix-lucky-dip 7
Brenda's Sunday Whirl Wordle #346
Mary's Poetry Pantry #398

15 comments:

  1. Hank, your link at PU led to the prompt site, but I tracked you down. Smiles. You did well with the words.

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    1. corrected....thanks Sherry, Ma'am

      Hank

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  2. Mission definitely accomplished!
    Anna :o]

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  3. Fabulous and you captured these birds perfectly....

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  4. Seagulls are my favorite, diving and screaming, companions of the beach.

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  5. you made me feel that I was sitting on the shore watching... excellent write..

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  6. Thanks for taking us there to see it all

    much love...

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    much love...

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  8. Wow, beautiful, and so on point! Great job!

    Thanks for visiting and commenting on the WEP's contribution to the A to Z - GENRE. We had a blast doing it!

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  9. A wonderful capture ending in 'mission accomplished'.

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  10. Got it done, the way to be at any sea.

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