a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Wednesday's Words

from Under The Porch Light.  Today she gave us two sets of six words to inspire our creativity and include them in a creative work of sorts.  I thought, why not?  Then I couldn't just use six!  I had to include them all.  I don't follow instructions well. Thanks, Delores, for the fun prompt.

with an impending
sense of
gallows doom

One silver tear
sliding down
merely a flicker
across her chiseled face
beauty unmarred

irregular breathing
she scanned the desolate
arid landscape
expecting trouble

Praying for a hero


Delores said...

Wow...a 'two 'fer'.
There are NO rules with Words For Wednesday. Whatever gets your 'writing motor' running.
Do you want to be listed in the sidebar as a participant?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nice! And a mystery how she got out there.

Linda Kay said...

Great use of the word prompts, Gail.

Sandra said...

just the sight of the gallows or the thought of that hanging judge would cause me a lot of irregular breathing

TexWisGirl said...

ooh, like this!

Karen S. said...

This is wonderful!

LindaG said...

Good job, Gail. :-D

Jyotsna Bhatia said...

Good one there

Lynne said...

Splendid . . .

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