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Sunday, November 25, 2012

The Mag - 145


Welcome to 


THE MAG



It appears Tess has brought us something other than a famous painting- and we may do 
whatever we desire.  No strings or back story attached.




Terribly Enjoyable


This old red chair
Have you ever left a room 
full of people
and felt a chair  
offered more?

Simply
One old red chair?

A most ludicrous beauty
immortalized
before my eyes-

this chair

Unwittingly

alone in a room
full of social-less people

Comforting the tired
up righting the weary
This one old red chair

performing duty 
implying refuge
were there a mutiny.

If stains could talk on
the old red chair

they'd say simply
Spare the chair-
let go 
of some people.

Save what's worth keeping!



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15 comments:

Kalei's Best Friend said...

You have a way w/words! I definitely agree w/your sentiments!. If a chair could talk.... the history it holds.

Cloudia said...

sometimes a chair is companionable!


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Other Mary said...

"A most ludicrous beauty" What a great line! I agree that inanimate can call to us like that.

ReBelle said...

A wise chair, indeed.

Galen Pearl said...

You do have a way with words, and photos!

Gail said...

Save what's worth keeping.

That practice is getting easier all the time.

Nice read.

Doctor FTSE said...

Terribly enjoyable Mag entry. Thank you.

Berowne said...

"Spare the chair - let go of some people." Delightful. :-)

laura.forestdreams:) said...

maybe the lone chair is taking a break, waiting for the people to come back and continue their restoration work on that room.
it sure does look like a chair that could really tell some wild tales!

Helen said...

.. 'save what's worth keeping' ... great message here in your Mag!!!

Laurie Kolp said...

Haha... I like that and agree!

SilverGardenia said...

I like the repetition of the red chair, and the color, throughout your poem.

Wayne Pitchko said...

well written for sure...thanks for ssharing

Tess Kincaid said...

Sometimes a chair can offer more...

Margaret said...

That first stanza is so awesome. And to answer your question, yes, I have. :)