Red lacquered doors

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This week is a spectacular picture for the #Tankatuesday. An art piece with so much potential to portray the readers interpretation and thoughts.

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Ramifications
Arrows shoot thistles and thorns
Metal cogs reprieve
Clock practitioner of time
Intinerant, doors unfold

Again I have found this also worked fantastically well with fandango’s words of the day.

Intinerant- 15/02/2022
Practitioner - 14/02/2022
Reprieve - 13/02/2022
Ramifications - 12/02/2022

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7 responses to “Red lacquered doors”

  1. Eli ~ very impressive how you wove these two prompts together!

    *applause*


    David

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    1. Thank you 😊 I would love to take credit but I think fandango chooses a variety of words which can be used in multiple perspectives. I always write these out first without the prompt word and add them in after. So I can always see a huge difference to the way the poems sound by changing a few words ❤

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  2. Great take on the image prompt this week, Eli. I like the “clock practitioner of time…” I’m glad you had fun combining the prompts. ❤

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    1. Thank you ❤ love the picture which has been picked for this weeks prompt

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  3. That was awesome. What a wonderful take on the prompt. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much ☺

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  4. I love the alliteration of thistles and thorns. Your interpretation of the picture is great, Eli! 🙂

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