Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Lock and the Key


Artwork by Ossidiana


Said the lock to the key
Will you marry me
We'll live forever more
Here upon this weathered door
It's charming and quaint
With it's peeling paint

Said the key to the lock
It's the best on the block
It's sheltered in shade
So we'll have it made
You and me together
Forever




Posted for One-Shot Wednesday

16 comments:

  1. hummmm How sweet
    I love this poetic love dialogue...

    D.
    ;)

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  2. smiles. that was a fun verse to read...i hope they live happily ever after...nice one shot!

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  3. The lock and the key make a perfect couple :) Neat poem, Linda! The rhythm makes it fun to read.

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  4. A fun and sweet poem...it just flowed, love it!

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  5. fun and charming...enjoyed it :)

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  6. This sounds so very familiar, but I can't put my finger on how.

    Oh well! It's quite a fun verse!

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  7. What a delightful poem, this was a treat to read, Linda! I think the two best adjectives to describe this piece can be found within it, "charming and quaint" :)

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  8. I liked the idea of the lock and key as a couple. This poem is perfect for the picture and a delightful read.

    Thanks for sharing this:~)

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  9. i wonder what my lock and key are up to.

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  10. what a great enjoyable poem..so simple and yet so very very clever...loved it..cheers pete

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  11. Most Excellent...Loved your poem

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  12. Cute and clever. Good wordplay. Thanks for posting. Gay

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  13. So wonderful to read my friend. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Hugs x

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  14. This is SO good, Linda! Creative, cute, playful, thoughtful. I love it.

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  15. That's an absolutely charming poem, reminding me of poems I read (or was read) as a child.

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  16. Dulce- Thanks for stopping by. I glad you liked it.

    Brian Miller- Thanks, I think they were meant for each other.

    Talon- They do don't they. I must confess this was inspired by a magpie photo, for which I had already made my submission. So I kept this one back, and found a new pic.

    SuziCate- Glad you enjoyed it.

    Caty- Thanks.

    Eric Alder- Familiar, huh? I hope not. Otherwise I was inside someone else's head when I wrote it. Thanks for visiting.

    Sam Liu- "Charming and quaint with it's peeling paint" is my favorite part. I'm glad you liked it too.

    Sara- Thanks, it was fun to write too. See above comment to Talon - I had to find another picture since I wasn't using this as a magpie. The original picture was the lock on "Through the Door". I think this door captures the essence of the poem.

    n. davis rosback- Maybe you'd better check on them- you can't be too careful. Thanks for the visit.

    Pete Marshall- Thank you. Glad you enjoyed it.

    G-man- Thank you. Nice of you to visit.

    Beachanny- Thank you. Glad you liked it. Thanks for visiting.

    buttercup- Thanks for the visit; glad you enjoyed it.

    Davina- Thank you. I am finding writing, all kinds of writing, fun.

    Glynn- Thank you. It does have kind of a sing-song quality to it.

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