Words of a painter about art, painting and other thoughts about life, death and things that get in the way. I began my blog 2010.
Wow, I love the word "bullybang"! Nice, piece, Annell.
Awesome Magpie!Thanks for visiting my place.:)
Has a strong hint of something like"I saw a monkey god, sitting in a tree..." but that might very well just be my read on it. I like it.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Omnipresent and haunting!
Beautifully written, Annell!
Fantastic ending "a bare winter's tree" just loved it!
That was a terrific ending!
love the flow of this..song-like
i love the fantasy of this piece, excellent magpie.
you are getting better and better each weekno end in sightI enjoyed this tale
Terrific piece, Annell. It transports usto China, to India, to some timelessrealm you let us inhabit; lots of Zentinges as you are the poetic wanderer.
Love the image of the Monkey King in the tree...the myths that string humanity together....Nice Magpie..bkm
Annell, no, I wasn't suggesting you used someone else's story. Not at all. I was thinking about the rhythm of your last line, which made me think of"Someone and Somebody, sitting in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G"which all the kids used to chant any time they saw a girl talking to a boy, when I was a kid. But I'm probably older than you are.I certainly didn't mean anything else at all, and I apologize if I gave you that impression. It just twigged an old memory, that's all.-- Kay, Alberta, Canada
Each time I visit, I am in awe of your June sunset...Yes, the monkey king... still high in the branches of his throne.
Magical and musical. Love this piece - the last lines are stunning.
You captured the monkey king in your temple of beautiful words Annell! :-)
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