Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Rust Colored Tongue


At Poetry Jam Laurie Kolp prompted us to write about rust.

11 comments:

Mary said...

Just perfect, Susie.

Brian Miller said...

sharing traditions is not a bad thing at all...you made rust have a reminiescence

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Could not be said any better! I love your poems-on-images - they make wonderful art cards! Great feast for the eyes for us, too.

Vandana Sharma said...

Nice take on the prompt:)

alan1704 said...

Words are powerful and the tongue is full of life. Leave regrets behind and move on. Very good take on the prompt.

Laurie Kolp said...

Love rust-colored tongue... that says so much and can be interpreted so many ways. Thanks so much for joining in the jam, Susie.

Helen said...

A most interesting take on the prompt ... great haiku!!

Poet Laundry said...

Skillfully done Susie--love it.

Peggy said...

Good to see you at Poetry Jam. I love short crisp poems like this. Excellent.

turtlememoir said...

oooh... spectacular, Susie - and in next to no words

SaraV said...

The rust wash really adds flavor to the wonderful word images.
:-)

Your tradition is missing an "i"