Pages

Monday, June 11, 2012

Magpie Tales....



The image for this week's inspiration..

I


After some play...




Images


She wondered if they would ever leave her head.
Filling every space
Is there any room
to live, to dream;
Taking her breath away.

Images

She wondered why he left.
Filling every space
Is there any room
without pain, without emptiness;
Breaking her heart in two.

Images

She wondered when the pain would leave.
Filling every space
Is there any room
taking time, taking hope;
Causing such despair.

Images

She wondered how she lived,
Filling every space
Is there any room
without his ideas, without his plans;
Crowding any dreams she did have.

Images


SueAnn @2012


Visit Magpie Tales and see what the others are up too!!

Have a creative and imaginative day!
Hugging you
SueAnn

14 comments:

Old Ollie said...

great focus and use of image to promote your theme

manicddaily said...

The repetition works terrifically well here. Difficult thing to do with - the loss of someone who had perhaps been overly dominant to begin with. k.

manicddaily said...

The repetition works terrifically well here. Difficult thing to do with - the loss of someone who had perhaps been overly dominant to begin with. k.

Brian Miller said...

nice use of repetition...will it ever go away...not completely i dont think but it might dull...

Tess Kincaid said...

Hopefully her own ideas and plans will bloom...

Friko said...

There are depths in you . . . . .

Tabor said...

Sort of sad and romantic this image you create.

De said...

Well done. Repetition works well for you here, especially the "Filling every space."


de
whimsygizmo.wordpress.com

Linda said...

Oh, this hits home, especially the last verse. Thank you for sharing this SueAnn.

Little Nell said...

So true - it’s difficult to shake off those pictures your mind and dreams, and the repetition underscores the heratbreak.

Little Nell said...

So true - it’s difficult to shake off those pictures your mind and dreams, and the repetition underscores the heratbreak.

Jinksy said...

How well your vision of image and words work together here - clever lady! :)

Helen said...

I really enjoyed this!!

Sue said...

I like the repetition...and what you did with the art!

=)