Song of the Thorn Bird

Song of the Thorn Bird

Monday, July 12, 2010

Magpie Tales

 Summer Reverie















plucked
from the vine
in the splendor
     of youth and fullness
consumed
all in the name
    of want and satisfaction
by another

Post inspired by Magpie Tales. Go visit, read the "rules" and join in the fun for next week.

18 comments:

kathew said...

that;s your typical tomater....nice Magpie!

Tumblewords: said...

Sounds just right to me!

signed...bkm said...

sounds like instant gratification..bkm

christine said...

Such wonderful imagery, 'plucked from the vine.' Almost sounds as though it was ravaged!

Christine

Brian Miller said...

but it does not seem her fault the way it was written as if done to her...which is sad...nice magpie.

Carrie Burtt said...

We both had the same feelings when we wrote our piece for the prompt. Yours is beautiful. :-)

Gabriela Abalo said...

sounds like a broken heart to me:(

sad but nice magpie

Helen said...

Sums up - perfectly - how I feel about the tomato. Nice writing!

Robert Lloyd said...

A ripe little peice bursting with truth. Great Magpie. Thank you for sharing.

RA said...

Loved loved loved it! :)

sheri said...

oh no, you've been reading my mail!! your magpie was so well written, one i could truly sink my teeth into ;) you are a joy to visit, lisa, so glad your computer is up and running again :)

Jingle said...

well put.

ninotaziz said...

Sumptuous little magpie...

rel said...

Lisa,
pomme d'amour!
need I say more?

Jennifer said...

Ooh - I love all the meanings I've read in your little beauty. Lovely job Lisa.

Lena said...

I could do with a chomp right now....!

Pam (The Reader) said...

Nicely done my friend! :D Concise, and yet and layered with meaning. :D

sheri said...

just stopping by to say hello, my friend! hope that you're doing well and having a wonderful summer, so far...take care :)