Sunday, September 5, 2010

microfiction #47


Microfiction # 47
host a weekly writing prompt
using the below image
write something using 140 character or less


Summer storm,high waves
In flimsy boat he calls out
to remembered God

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-70- characters of fiction

35 comments:

  1. Beautiful haiku, Suz. Is the wonderful image a woodcut? My prayers go out to those in Hurricane Earl's path.

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  2. Wonderfully efficient use of words.

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  3. You married the image with your words so well ...........

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  4. wonderful.
    you have a great gift with words.
    enjoy you day and dance a little...

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  5. You are just too clever! What a great haiku! I love it, Pat! Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend!

    Sylvia

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  6. Pat;

    I love the haiku, really wonderful succession of the words!
    Nice take too!
    Have a great rest of your Holiday !

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  7. Can't think of a better place to call out for help from.

    My first try at Micro-Fiction Monday is up.

    PG

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  8. A lovely haiku and I like 'to the remembered God', at times like this I think even non-believers might turn to God.

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  9. Wow--quite an impact in only 70 characters! I like it. Have a great week. Cheers!

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  10. Very nice senryƫ, Suz! :)
    Another 70 words (Goodness!) and you could have God's answer for us.
    ..

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  11. He made the right call...

    Nice MFM

    moon smiles

    mine is Here

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  12. Let's hope they did! Great microfiction.

    Have a wonderful week, Suz.

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  13. I like this suz, especially 'remembered god'.

    So glad you got me interested in joining in with these, I love it! :-)

    Susannah x

    Mine is here - http://panopticulated.blogspot.com/

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  14. Really enjoyed your slightly ironic use of the word "remembered". Strange how we remember beliefs in a moment of crisis! Great little haiku/microfiction!

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  15. If there was ever a time for it . . . this would be the time.

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  16. Nothing like an impending disaster to make you look for a higher power. :)

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  17. Wonderful haiku--a complete story in just 70 characters! This is a great one, Suz.

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  18. Powerful. This one is so powerful!

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  19. This is really good Suz, thought provoking and so real.

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  20. very smooth flow,
    lovely lines.

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  21. "You never call, you never write, and now you want something? *sigh*"

    Great entry!

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  22. Oh replicant...you are so funny

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  23. who? simon peter? naw, that's not fiction....

    i'm off to read more of SUZ!!!!!

    hope your labor day was peaceful.

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  24. Janean....ah I see your drawing of the fish..sister
    thank you for commenting...I know you are so busy with the new house..I appreciate it truly I do
    My labor day was spent with my hubby doing nothing but being together on this glorious summer day

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  25. Very nice response to the picture, Like that old saying, "There are no atheists in foxholes."

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  26. Suz, you do an amazing job with so few characters! May hat's off to you.

    Have a great week.

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  27. Just love your poem!
    but disagree with the dialogue.
    As a sailor, I know the correct nautical terms for these things. He more likely said: "Oh shit!"

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  28. you are a very good writer and I am an appreciator of good writing.

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  29. Donna, thank you for taking the time to say such a nice thing..an encouraging wind that graces me
    -suz

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  30. Wonderful idea expressed in so few words. When all else fails, perhaps all that is left, is "remembered God?" And thanks for speaking of my pump.

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