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Monday, 11 April 2011

Impatience, perhaps
at being fenced in -
or joy at its opposite.
Let's call it rapture
or bliss
or euphoria -
or One Stop putting her  up to this.

This my respons to One Stop Poetry's prompt.


Windsmoke. said...

Some people like being fenced in because they are frightened of the world outside. Some people also like to hide behind a mask hoping no one will recognize them :-).

Isabel Doyle said...

I can't see the fence behind those skipping pink shoes and the lime balloon euphoric- almost Ogden Nash

Dave King said...

Both very true.

I agree. VERY Ogden Nash!

Rose said...

A lead balloon floating euphoria:)

Carl said...


gautami tripathy said...

Beautifully put!

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