Putting It To Good Use

It Must Be Time For Lunch Now ~ 1979, Francesca Woodman


String them end to end
  Forks, Spoons
Leave them dangling
In the wind
  Clink, Clink, Clink
Of dingy silver
Amusing a hungry soul
The only way it can

Dana



~ Written for Magpie Tales
Please me your thoughts below. I do appreciate them!

16 comments:

  1. Oooooo. Love that "clink, clink, clink." Excellent.

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    1. Thanks De! Your opinion means a lot. I'm glad you liked it and I appreciate your visit!

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  2. I like the sound of this but pity the hungry the hungry soul ~

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  3. I love the idea of silverware wind chimes taking the edge off a hungry tummy. Thank you for sharing this brilliant distraction, Dana! Hopefully the meal will be served up soon! =D

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    1. I just had this vision of these dusty forks and no food in the fridge. What else are you going to do with the utensils! Thanks Linda for stopping by.

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  4. at least the wind chimes make for a comforting sound even if they dont appease the grumbling stomach...

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    1. That's what I was thinking too. A distraction...

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  5. This reminds me of a few weeks ago when I was running out of food, ha-ha ... I made drums out of my empty soup cans while I tried to figure out what to eat. :)

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  6. Love that the hungry soul is being amused by something so simple yet creative. Nice!

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  7. Creative take on the prompt...

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  8. I like wind chimes, too. Nice!

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  9. The clinking of silverware always makes me hungry...like Pavlov's dogs...

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  10. There is something of Dantes inferno about this, Dana . Thanks

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