Thursday, August 16, 2012

Poet's United - Vice Versa #11 "Proof"

M.Bednar iPhone photography

Of roses red she prattled and praised,
school girl giddy, unique proof
he loved her.

Glad my ordinary man's
dishpan hands did more
than reach for his wallet.

I'll never condemn a man
who does both!

by Margaret Bednar, Art Happens 365, August 16, 2012

This is for  Poets United "Vice Versa".  Write a poem or prose using all four words:  unique/ordinary & condemn/praise.


Mary said...

This made me smile. What clever use you made of the words. A man with dishpan hands is a real treasure!

SaraV said...

Margaret, you said so much, in a few stanzas, love the dishpan hands--actions are some of the most beautiful gifts, though a few roses and trinkets can be nice too--big smiles for this poem! And your photos are amazing!!

Mama Zen said...

Amen, sister!

aprille said...

Good to have a man that does the washing-up [even unprompted at times :-)]
Words were well hidden and functional, which is not always easy to do.

Anders Woje Ellingsen said...

Haha! :-) I wish I found a Rosie myself, and I would gladly let her take over the economy. If only she promised to buy a dishwasher. :-)

Christine said...

fresh cut garden flowers and dirty hands are sexy too

not sure if this posted I am having major issues with my internet this evening

Susie Clevenger said...

Roses are nice but doing dishes is it!!

Ginnie said...

You sure do know how to weave it all together, Margaret! :)