Twelve articles to tickle your fancy.
In response to The Daily Post prompt: assumption.
I assumed you were right.
You were always right.
At least, I always trusted you were right.
I never thought to question.
After you left,
I deduced you were wrong.
Worse than that.
I assumed you were my friend,
But I deduced I was only means to an end.
Once you got what you wanted,
You misted away like a mirage.
Doing double duty with Cee’s Flower of the Day.
In response to today’s Daily Post prompt.
Balancing too many obligations
Like bricks atop stemware
Tricky to negotiate
Top-heavy at best
Threatening to collapse
Is it just awkward
Hard to manage
Or doomed to failure
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt.
Litany of Diseases
(and some things that are not)
E. coli and
Your grandma’s old credenza
Mad cow disease
West Nile virus
In response to The Daily Post prompt: thin.
Ask a Supermodel; I wouldn’t Know
What’s it like to be thin?
You’re like downy dandelion seeds:
Easily dispersed by a stiff breeze.
You don’t know what a chocolate éclair is.
You only eat lettuce and water.
Your size is never sold out.
At a party, everybody talks to you
Wanting to be your best friend
While the heavier people stand alone.
People assume you’re smarter and richer than you really are.
You always get attention when you want it.
When you don’t, you just stand sideways and disappear.
Doing double duty with Cee’s Flower of the Day:
My entry for IAST#242, patterns Pixioze, Pots-n-Pans variation, and 4Mom.
See the mother and child? Happy Mothers Day to all the moms out there!
(Check Tinkled to Tangle tomorrow to see lots of other interpretations of the string.
The theme for this week’s Diva Challenge is the pattern Somnee, seen extending from the lower left corner below. I also included Zentangle patterns Meshmerize and Atorm in this string.
One of my most memorable Mother’s Days was in 2014, when my daughter Katie took me to the Phoenix Botanical Garden when there just happened to be a Chihuly glass installation. I was blown away by these beautiful balloons, my take on the Tuesday Photo Challenge prompt, rise.