Unicorn

I don’t really believe in mystic, enchanting creatures.
And then you placed that unicorn-sign.
So I tried if I can make one mine.

P.S. So happy to be three-lining again!!! 😀 😀 😀
03.09.2017
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Photo credit: Fleur Treurniet

In response to Sonya of Only 100 Words‘ Three Line Tales Week 57.
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Waiting Castle

Let your nervous, jittery footsteps ignore the crashing angry ocean.
Let your weary heart shelve its loud fear-filled da-dums.
Lift your spirit up ‘cause your dream-castle awaits you, love.

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Photo credit: William Bout

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The Bridesmaid’s Secret

Caressing  pure, pristine petals as she swings up and down.
Later these will be showered to her best friend wearing her dream white wedding gown.
None knows she carries the first child, the grinning groom wants to hide.

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Photo credit: Ben Rosett 

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Too Late

As the darkness of the evil night cloaks buildings and city  lights,
her tired soul drowned in the sea of strong, weakening beer bites.
Unknown he led her into a dark corridor, t’was too late to fight.

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Photo credit: Mike Wilson

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Predator and Prey

Snatch my innocence as swift as a bullet.
I promise, I won’t hide nor run away.
My predator, I am your willing prey.

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Photo credit: Rebecca Johnston

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Odd Choice

The yellow car was welcomed by the flock of frowning, peeking humans waiting inside the old church.

This occasion is usually painted in pure white, a contrast to the auto parked in front of the door that’s just very bright.

But the bride seated inside is as jolly as the color of the sun, so she picked a car that looked oh so fun!

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Photo credit: Wolf Schram

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Dual Hands

The same rugged, masculine yet gentle hands
which tickled each nerves and gave me sensual goosebumps,
have weaved yarnful of lies that ended my life.

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Photo credit: Philip Estrada

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The Plan

I looked at the sky painted in pretty purple and pink.
I counted the building’s floors, trying hard not to blink and think.
Calm down, jumping is fun and surely death will swiftly come.

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Photo credit: Steven Wei


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Tattooed and Tattered

Rugged hands inked with brave symbols—
dark icons that make innocent heart trembles.
None knows they hide war’s one broken, tattered soul.

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Photo credit: Alex Hockett


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Rhythm and Rhyme

The hands of this vintage clock have ticked and turned more than a thousand times.
Likewise my old heart has beat millions da-dums, da-dums.
And now they are both yours, my poetry’s rhythm and rhyme.

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Photo credit: Rachel Crowe


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