Friday, September 14, 2012

Crooked Words

Image source:  gingerbeardman
Follow me back in time to the far away land of the wrinkled rhyme where the words were all crooked and walked with a limp.  Some letters were tattered and others torn.  Of better days they did now mourn. They were all a craggy lot who lived in a place that time had forgot.


Written for Friday Flash 55.

12 comments:

  1. Linda...
    I do nostalgia so.
    Most excellent pic as well.
    Of course I love ALL things old.
    Fantastic 55 My Friend
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  2. Crooked words ~~ love it!

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  3. ha nice capture in the picture....back in the day they sure did not know how to spell did they...lol...love old main streets ....

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  4. That is a totally awesome pic. I love old buildings. And your poem is a perfect tie-in.

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  5. Wonderful.. wrinkled rhyme.. I like that.

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  6. This brought me back to my mom's hometown. Made me rather sad though but I love your 55! Great job!Mine is here
    Have you an AWESOME WEEKEND!
    hugs
    shakira

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  7. you capture the very essence of that picture. amazing!

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  8. Meleah- Thank you!

    G-Man- It does have sort of a crooked old charm, doesn't it?

    Helen- Thanks!

    Brian- Not sure what they were trying to spell. I think some of the letters ran away.

    Cheryl- Glad you like it. Can't claim credit for the pic, though, it was a good fit.

    Hilary- Thanks, the whole piece was spun around those words.

    Shakira- Sorry to make you sad, but glad you liked it.

    Mona- Thank you. I got lucky finding that picture, so actually the pictured painted my words.

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  9. Hi Linda .. so true - love the words - and the excellent fit of the pic ..

    Cheers Hilary

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  10. Makes me wonder which came first, the photo or your words.

    where the words were all crooked and walked with a limp

    Just love that imagery. You certainly know how to put words together in an orderly way :)

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  11. Hilary- Thanks! The pic did work really well with my story/poem.

    Margaret- The answer is the words came first and I found the perfect picture to represent them. Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for visiting.

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