Sunday, October 16, 2011

Fitting

For you,
I'd stand for my
fitting, be it veil, weeds
of black, or halo set slightly
askew.

A cinquain for the Sunday Challenge at Imaginary Garden with Real Toads

16 comments:

kaykuala said...

MZ,
Good for you. Fittings should make it the best fit and looking nice!

Hank

Marian said...

oh i LOVE this, you vixen, you!
great cinquain. love it.

Fireblossom said...

This made me laugh. I love it.

Sylvia K said...

You do know how to make my evening, MZ!

Sylvia

Laurie Kolp said...

Great cinquain!

The Old Raven said...

I like this ... it brought a smile to my face. Such a subject ... who would think? A lovely poem evolves! Excellent!

Dave King said...

Brilliant last two lines. Congrats!

Cheryl said...

Awesome!

Kerry O'Connor said...

How utterly amazing is this! Your words took my breath away..........still replaying it all.

happygirl said...

I don't know what a cinquain is. Off to google I go. Gees, I hate being dumb.

happygirl said...

Ah, beautiful cinquain patter #3. I love the contrast of the mourner and the angel. :)

hedgewitch said...

Very nice cinquain. And sometimes its hard to be still.

Susie Clevenger said...

Love this...I am not sure I could stand still though...i have a predisposition to fidget...lol

Fred said...

Awesome Cinquain. the veil, weeds of black or Halo- great set of options there- but then you throw the askew line at the very end which makes the smile form on this readers face. Great read, thanks

Heaven said...

I like the form and fitting words~

Lovely ~

unsungpoet said...

This is very cute!