Thursday, June 23, 2011

Two in Tandem #7, "The Epsicle", a poem

Photo courtesy of "Alias Jinksy"

"The Epsicle"

lemon lime,
tart blueberry,
cherry, and orange.
Frozen drink on a stick,
was invented by a kid!
The "Epsicle" is still beloved;
(some are ruined with sugar-free fruit!)
Just don't leave them on the counter...they melt!

by Margaret Bednar, Art Happens 365, June 23, 2011

This Etheree style poem is for "Alias Jinksy" who has a fun prompt "Two in Tandem #7).  The summer solstice was June 21 - and I think "popsicles" SCREAM summer, don't you?

Elizabeth of "Unraveling" has an image that one can search for words as well (she calls it "Tuesday Collab")  Check out the fun and even try it yourself!  These two women share images and write about each others - they have invited others to join them.

I am going to try and create a poem for the following beautiful images (from Elizabeth of "Unraveling") later today:


Jinksy said...

Full marks for being so quick to come up with an offering! Make mine lime flavoured?! LOL

missing moments said...

Beautiful images by Elizabeth ... so look forward to your putting words to them!

Ann Grenier said...

I like it, light and delicious, perfect summer treat. It will be fun to write for the tandem paintings. I too will take a look at Elizabeth's work as well.

Cynthia Schelzig said...

You show some beautiful work here on your blog...I took a quick your work!

Susannah said...

I enjoyed this and could see all the colours (flavours)in Jinksy's image. :-)

Ginnie said...

All three images are the epitome of SUMMER. Yes, they SCREAM summer. I like that. :)

jabblog said...

Epsicles sound inviting - so much more fun than 'ice lollies'.

120 Socks said...

Nice one - I enjoyed stopping by!

Anna :o] said...

Lovely summer theme and lovely pics.

Anna :o]

Connie@raise your eyes said...

Very clever summertime treat, this Epsicle!

All for GOD,

Carolina said...

It's funny to see how many different things bloggers see in Jinksy's painting. Raspberry for me please ;-)

Dave said...

An interesting structured poem Margaret. I am no non-rhyming poet so don't understand how this works - Dave