Sunday, April 28, 2013

Bad Luck



March blowing

Farmers harrowing

Rare luck

Grubs fossicking

Saw mills closing

Schoolkids crying

Marrows failing

Oaths sworn

Borrowed money

Transparent Lies

Thin soup

Either way

12 comments:

  1. There's truth in your words, OE. Concise work always impresses me. Well wordled!

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  2. Very well done! Like a velvet hammer, it packs a soft, powerful punch.

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  3. It's a hard life, dependent on the land, but with the same needs as someone a step or two removed..

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  4. Concise, precise - good wordling.

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  5. Now that is some bad luck! Thanks for visiting at my blog and your comments!

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  6. Bad luck all around. Inspired poem, OE. You used the wordle words well!

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  7. Old Egg, nice to see how you made such a concise piece with a story. Well done.

    Pamela

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  8. Ha ha, very clever. Just two words each line. Good work.

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  9. Nice, good stories and poems as usual. Read every one of your posts now...
    Thanks,
    RupertGeorge

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  10. The use of few words mirror the last line perfectly.

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  11. Powerful piece. The brevity of it amazes me.

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  12. fossicking? Off I go to check the dictionary.

    Wait, it's like this whole thing is a definition.

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