Wednesday, October 28, 2015

P is for Press Freedom, Halloween Parade, and Placid


P is for Press Freedom

 

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3WW Week No. 451 

placid, quirky, nondescript

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my entry:

she refuse to be the person who goes liberal,
yet she decides not to ponder those quirky topics,
maybe sometimes,
not too often,
she wishes to enjoy her press freedom,
just writing poetry, compose short fiction
so that her perspective is known,
and her potential is read,
at last, she still wear plain shoes,
cotton t-shirts, and pansy pants,

any nondescript message sent to her makes
none sense
and under some placid feedback
to her poetry, biographic story,
she is accepted by many,
and the fishing net is out as always,
despite the risk of being pushed to her limit,
she swims, freely,
knowing that the water is deep,
and the horizon is wide. 



15 comments:

Sheilagh Lee said...

I love this and yes sometimes its just fun to let your muse rein

Melody Steenkamp said...

Nice entry for this weeks letter.... good choices.

have an nice abc-day/ - week

♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ <abc-w-team)

humbird said...

Sounds like motto. Nice. thanks for visiting/commenting at my blog!

Roger Owen Green said...

and the seasons go 'round and 'round


ROG, ABCW

kaykuala said...

she swims, freely,
knowing that the water is deep,
and the horizon is wide

Great ending, Anne,in line with her nature of believing in press freedom and contending to make known of her potential.

Hank

Trubes said...

What delightful prose!
Thanks for sharing it with us, a delightful read.

Best wishes,
Di.
ABCW team.

Jae Rose said...

freedom in poetry and prose is a great thing - long may it continue ... a wonderful testament to that :)

Wojin Kimberly Eric Jack Schmidly said...

lovely.

Cindy Gary Murray Tomblin Bullock said...

excellent.

Joy said...

Keep heading to that horizon, beautifully constructed.

Cindy Gary Murray Tomblin Bullock said...

lovely.

Norma said...

Quite charming. "the fishing net is out as always"

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Nice prose! Your last photo made me smile. Thanks for sharing.

Alison Sandberg Jason Pritchard Clinton said...

incredible.

The Purple Treehouse said...

wow.