Sunday, January 29, 2012

the juggler


Five ball extraordinaire
no sharp knives no smoking torches
no fishnet flammable stockings, Love
no small terrified animals
fine print local code

Boomerang orbits beyond footlights
exit ticket booth trajectory
pigeon feather return
scalping tall pinze-nez men
fainting ladies hand to breast

The Times review!
birdcage trapdoor Arts section
yawning soggy cereal one inch column
third row tomato critic
splat



oil on canvas: Red Spot II (1921)
~Wassily Kandinsky (1896-1944)

16 Comments:

Blogger Karen said...

Like it, especially the end, splat!

1/29/2012 7:02 PM  
Blogger JJ Roa Rodriguez said...

Like the ending too..

JJRod'z

1/29/2012 7:32 PM  
Blogger Brian Miller said...

eh what do those critics know...smiles...wicked flow in this...and fabulous word play...well done...

1/29/2012 11:56 PM  
Blogger Wander said...

Thanks for this

http://wanderwithoutbeinglost.blogspot.com/2012/01/today.html

1/30/2012 2:23 AM  
Blogger Celestial Dreamz said...

powerful with a poignant ending ...

1/30/2012 2:51 AM  
Blogger Cad said...

scalping tall pinze-nez men

This whole work is horrible visual - exactly right for the prompt! LOL

1/30/2012 4:26 AM  
Blogger Tammy said...

Now that was a fun read.

1/30/2012 7:28 AM  
Blogger Other Mary said...

Ha - a fun read, smart response. Encore!

1/30/2012 8:02 AM  
Blogger booguloo said...

Splat indeed... smiles...

1/30/2012 10:45 AM  
OpenID zongrik said...

we have been critiquing the critiques since they've been around

iron mased fighter

1/30/2012 1:00 PM  
Blogger Sue said...

And that just about covers it!

;)

1/30/2012 3:04 PM  
Blogger Helen said...

So clever ... boomerang and all.

1/30/2012 10:24 PM  
Blogger HyperCRYPTICal said...

Clever stuff indeed!

Anna :o]

1/31/2012 12:00 PM  
Blogger Tess Kincaid said...

I love this, Phil...especially the bird cage and soggy cereal...

1/31/2012 3:03 PM  
Blogger Trellissimo said...

Full marks for your 'splat'! LOL

2/01/2012 2:22 AM  
Blogger Michael D. Wryter said...

This is a fine example of how a human mind can juggle more than what a juggler is capable of juggling.

Very imaginative.

2/01/2012 11:28 PM  

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