Impulsive Writing (05)

Two birds are sitting on a powerline, facing in opposite directions.

One bird is looking at a sunny green hillside dotted with grazing sheep and a few scattered horses near the top. The other is looking over a busy street in the town below. The first bird suddenly drops from the wire and flies to a clump of trees high on the hillside. The other stays a little longer, then swoops down over the street and lands on a parking meter.

* * *

Neither bird knows where the other went. Or why.

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2 comments on “Impulsive Writing (05)

  1. Nice imagery – even without the photo. I can picture where each of the bird flies and let it spark my train of thought in to wondering what ever happened to any number of people I shared a brief moment in time with before flitting off to my next adventure…

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  2. The photo is important, and you are good at starting with one and going somewhere interesting. This is closer to being a provocative poem than Impulsive 4–is a kind of parable. A little sharpening of the contrast in the images might help–but perhaps is not necessary.

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