Oh, this is just fine!
Wow...I just love your word choices...especially "sphinx paws."
Oh my ... wonder how the good Dr. Mouse is going to interpret this reaction! ~~ a fine write, MZ.
A splendid write, a fabulous interpretation of the inkblot, MZ. I agree with Hannah, "sphinx paws" is great.K
i dont know about mouse, but freud might have something to say about this one...dangerous business bedding a rose, they have sharp pricks...
Just gorgeous--every word an explosion of image--amazing that you got that from the pic--imagination here is focused like a laser.
Great write MZ! Such a unique set-up to the inkblot! Nicely!Hank
Oh! and I would have thought the wolf the danger in this affair! A fine fable ...
That's poetry that fits the image perfectly, MZ.
Bleeding petals... very thought-provoking, MZ!
here the magic in these words...wild nature power...
This is lovely MZ ~ Like that moon/bloom & bleeding petals ~
I love the bleeding petals and sea salt is a fav ;DSo gorgeous is this ink blotted view!
I just bought a book of really old fairy tales - this would fit right in! I see that wolf behind those bleeding petals!
...and I'm laughing at Brian's comments! You need help, Mama Zen! :)
Yoiks, a painful union all around. You always get right to the heart of it, MZ!
A thorn in the paw alright
dang - there are combos that just don't seem to work even though those seem to be the most attractive
So very (very!) behind in trying to catch up with blogging friends but, as always: Damn girl! But you can WRITE! ;)Love what you did with this. Soft and raw.
Come to my rooms. Twenty sessions of transzonal hypnotherapy and you will be as good as new. Well, new-ish.
roses have the advantages with pricks and all, love the design love the challenges which I never ever do I've managed to write 6 novels before I lost all interest, but I always destroy what i create, i wonder what that makes me? I'd say a big thorn in my neck ;
"bleeding petals" gorgeous! Thank you for your comment over at my blog. It is good to know I am not alone in these thoughts.
Wowza! I can see all of your imagery in the inkblot so well! I love the phrase "sand sphinx paws!" This is mystical and so cool! Thanks for playing!
How very pertinent your words are for this disturbing image...
ouch. yet, hmmmm, c'mon over. i'm confused! ;)
Well done.I'm still thinking on mine.
Oh, how gorgeous. Goodness.
Note to self: do not read Mama Zen and Fireblossom after one or the other. Graphic and beautifully dark.
Oh I like this...Michelle
Love your word-play, mamazen! "bleeding petals" is amazing!!!Lovely poem...
This is probably my favorite of those you've written lately. I can't stop reading it. Excellent. I really like that the wolf is female.
aww! wondeful interpretation. of thorns and petals both bleed!
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