Friday, January 29, 2010

55 Flash Fiction Friday - Insoluble
























A borrowed pic, at odds with the poem?


An insoluble trickle of tears illuminating fears

leaked from past encounters licking scabbed

wounds.


Compounded by loneliness, tested in the

oven of ire, fired in the kiln of passion, eager

for recompense.


Bound by a pitiably unending framework

of emotions.


Tangled in cords unraveling

thread by thread each strand of

angry frustration...


desperate,

seeking revenge.



Have a great Friday and weekend 55'ers. It's good to be back in the land of writing! :)









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Love,

16 comments:

  1. This sounds like the moment before an explosion. Excellent.

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  2. great 55. you pull us right into the emotions of the moment. love it!

    my 55 is up!

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  3. And this is why I do not piss off a woman if I can avoid it.

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  4. The picture goes great with the first part. As for the rest - character growth? :)

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  5. Oh no..the last lines were the nail! Great job Eaton! Ha..

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  6. Yes Eaton, it sure is wonderful to have you back.
    I missed this creative beauty.
    Excellent 55 My Dear.
    You are always one of my favorite reads of the day.
    Thanks for this little Gem, and have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

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  7. Eaton Dear...LOVED your pics!
    I didn't see a comment box!
    See Ya Next week....Galen

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  8. powerful flow.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Great diction, good job at building the tension too.. This is fabulous, Eaton :)

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  10. Lull before the storm?? Powerful words. Intense Imagery.. very well done :)
    Anger, vengeance, grit..

    xoxox

    http://oliviasmindlymatters.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/sinfully-me/

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  11. Very well written.. perhaps first visit from me and I am happy to be here.. thanks also for your encouraging visit to my page.. look forward to many more interactions here..

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  12. beautiful image...
    Thanks for the showcase of challenge.

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  13. This fits so well to the prompt.
    Pamela

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  14. Harsh.. ouch. Could feel that pain, man. So you the poet must have done yr job.

    Nice one

    Luke @ WordSalad

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