Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Saturday Centus Good Things Come in Fives

Saturday Centus

           Jenny, from "Off on my tangent" blog (still waaaaaaaaaaaay behind with all her unpacking) has given us a twist for our centus today.  Our mission is simple.

(5) five sentences, consisting of five words each, to tell a story about her theme (note: not prompt, and you don't need to use Jenny's five words at all)  Your story must be a total of 25 words, in any style of writing.

 Jenny's theme is:

                       "Good things come in fives"





Five years underneath these skies
while the world looked in
her durable state that weathered
from the inside-out of concrete
until now, she's been sold.



Jenny's photo for her theme of

Good things come in fives.



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17 comments:

Nonna Beach said...

Good one Karen ! If that statue was in my yard, I'd be selling it too !!!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

She's not gonna be easy to move:@)

Jim said...

I like it (your 5 X 5, not necessarily the figure) Karen! :)
Five years is a long time. You might miss her when she is gone. ;)
..

Filip Demuinck said...

The five picture is really cool.

Greetings,
Filip

anitamombanita said...

Statue or house? I like the ambiguity. Interesting take on the "prompt".

Ames said...

What happened to her clothes? :D

darlin said...

Excellent shot and fantastic writing... you've got a fantastic imagination!

Have a wonderful week, cheers.

darlin said...

Excellent shot and fantastic writing... you've got a fantastic imagination!

Have a wonderful week, cheers.

darlin said...

Excellent shot and fantastic writing... you've got a fantastic imagination!

Have a wonderful week, cheers.

Sue said...

Looks like she's moving on, huh? (I'm assuming you mean the statue because of "concrete.")

I like the way the last line is just sort of hits you. Nicely done.

=)

Judie said...

Great photo, Karen. I hope whoever bought her cleans her and appreciates her!!

xoxo

noexcuses said...

Nicely done. Great picture, too!

JosephAlsarraf said...

Very cool poem, I like how you said all that while just using five words.
: )

Jo said...

wow, she will be a heavy move for someone!

laurak@forestwalkart said...

that was GREAT karen!!
the statue...your FIVE words per line...perfect!!

i bet the statue is glad to finally have a change of scenery...OH if she only knew that you had posted her picture and wrote about her...
:))

Once Upon an Equine said...

Very imaginative. I hope she gets full sun in her new home, so she can tan her other side.

Jenny said...

Where did this come from?

Karen! Your imagination is absolutely stellar. I love the directions you take.

Bravo!