ReadWriteWord, tritina

sweeten soothe

Read Write Word #9; and totally optional prompts: repetition, poetry form. attempted the tritina, which is much, much easier than the sestina, blue breeze i attempted a few poems back
photo: durango, colorado, elatawiec62, flickr

duplicate liquid loose locomotive
impersonate steam-filled mirror
rails and rails rumbling rocky

unyielding sleek rugged rocky
steady sings lucid locomotive
nomadic migratory mountain mirror

perched upon a parked mirror
recognize relentless rocky
longing love luminating locomotive

locomotive mirrors a rocky reflection

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6S, CafeWriting, PoefusionFriday5

Journey

Poefusion Friday 5 prompt: kiss, train, fence, vale, simper. another 6S attempt. and, March Project at Cafe Writing Option 1 Fiction: To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.George Santayana. Write a flash-fic, scene, or short story about a happier state of mind.

Train

Listening to the sound of the train traveling fast forward never stopped arousing the sense of freedom in her rambling simper heart. Resting impatiently she stared out the clear open window viewing the passage of seasons stirring within the fence of days known from sunrise to sunset. In-between those hours her companion would often turn from his engaging book and kiss her lips with a remote softness that left devoted desire unchecked. Smiling each time he would subtly assure her of their journey and the unfamiliar destination soon to come. Heading to a place she’d never known with a man she thought she knew sometimes made her want to turn another direction. Slowly the curtain of darkness disclosed the day’s end turning her thoughts back to the gentle movement of motion and remembering the vale of yesterday and how he spoke to her from there and the difference of him here now.

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