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Wednesday, July 01, 2009

3WW and Naisaiku Challenge


ThomG, moderator of 3WordWednesday offers these words for prompt: yearn, sweet, collapse



confined yearn
unwinds sweet at night
bumps daylight
meets full blown collapse
bumps daylight
rewinds sweet at night
confined yearn



Image is a digital photo processed in Pixia and Irfanview.

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18 comments:

ThomG said...

This builds really well, with some great images. I like it.

Ofira Sephiroth said...

Great job with Naisuki (is it spelled right) and I love the picture.

angie said...

this is wonderful!! I love 'bumps daylight.'

Michelle Johnson said...

What a great naisaiku. Bumps daylight is a wonderful image. Sensual writing at its best. Hope all is well.

sarah haliwell said...

I think you've used the structure to great effect here.

AD said...

awww... neat and nice :)

My 3WW

shraddha said...

This 3 word challenge is really hard.
You have put it so well.
Totally rocks!

B said...

I. Love the repetition.

I rewrote mine. See what you think.
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Jeeves said...

Lovely

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

This has an interesting collage/abstract feel to it. I felt like I almost but not quite knew what it was about. Just like the picture. Very nice.

anthonynorth said...

An ingenious image displayed in this.
Marvellous.

Andy Sewina said...

Wow! Bumps daylight! What a great image, it takes me 'on tour' inside the pinball machine!!

Thanks for taking The NaiSaiku Challenge?

Daily Panic said...

your words capture passion very well.

Quiet Paths said...

I get this! It is a really good one -- meets full blown collapse was a great pivot.

paisley said...

that image is really cool.. and you know i love the way you write that form...

Janet Jarrell said...

I am immediately 'uummph' at the confined yearn - I have difficulty with confined anything!

And then it unwinds and rewinds...

Thank you

lissa said...

lovely...can't say enough how great you use this poetic poem

pjd said...

Our true desires find a lively playground in our minds in the middle of the night, don't they?