Fractals Photos Poetry Prose Watercolor

Thursday, October 09, 2008

TOP Thursday

Totally Optional Prompts: Discoveries, new and old.


judgment of right
claimed by the wrong

summations of black
stained with off-white

not enough to turn gray
and too little for light

man writes with ink but
schemes crash in a blink

on a street corner
in the darkest of days

Original digital watercolor painting: Created on BambooFun

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Anonymous said...

I can see a town cryer, barking this out in a cold but busy street, right wrong, black, white, gray, light, ink, blink..


anthonynorth said...

To me, this is a statement that there is nothing definite in this world, which is so very true. And done in excellent fashion.

Stan Ski said...

that grey area that separates one opinion from another.

Anonymous said...

The ending wasn't what I expected, but I like that.

Dave King said...

The digital watercolour is really intriguing. I would like more of that.

Pauline said...

how appropriate this poem is for the financial times we're in!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

so unbelievably sadly true

totomai said...

oh the street life. nicely summarized in a precise poem

paisley said...

i am doing so much reading about the atrocities people suffer at the hands of our judicial system,, i cannot help but read that right into your words here......

Anonymous said...

It's really impressive how this piece says so many different things to your reader.

Anonymous said...

Excellent. I really liked that one!

Felicity said...

I connected to this poem in a very undefinable sort of way.

Tina said...

that is a great painting. i like the usualness of it

thanks for your comment at my place:)