≠¥ technicolor ruins ¥≠

Photograph by Mike Hardisty
Mike Hardisty Photography

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vibrant

Technicolor

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i would like to thank  .  Mike Hardisty  .  for the use of  his photograph. the ruins are the burnt out remains of  the inside of  a house near Scottland’s Loch Lomand, the area’s largest freshwater lake.

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this is my submission  to  .  Six Word Saturday  .  at  .  Show My Face .
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10 Comments

Filed under micropoetry, National Poetry Month, poetry, sixwords

10 responses to “≠¥ technicolor ruins ¥≠

  1. Beautiful and sad all at the same time. Nice words:-) Stop in & read Saturday… Affirmations

  2. Love this poem and goes so wonderfully with the photo!

    • i fell in love with the photograph, but i can’t figure out if the photographer added at least some of the color. either way, it is lovely in that respect. thank you, sweetheart. *hugs* ♥

  3. Amazing colors and concepts. The whole concept of micropoetry (the term, that is) is new to me but I love to write that type of poem and I think it’s an opportunity to showcase the ability to observe well and recount precisely. Good one.

    • thank you, Victoria! i never wrote anything until i started following poets on twitter in 2010. it’s the perfect format for micropoetry and that’s where i learned the term. i really appreciate your kind comment. ♥

  4. Bright yet lonely. sad but beautiful, if there is such a description…

    ! Stopping by 6WS.

    xoxo, wena
    my 6WS

  5. I’ve never seen a picture done so much justice in such a short word sequence :) Beautiful, both the image and your wordplay!

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