Reason or rhyme
Dark fading to light
Tough subject to deal with for the prompt but you worked it, especially the second stanza.
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Thank you, Victoria
I like that second stanza, especially. There’s deep meaning in that “fading” here.
Thank you Whimsey
You can’t escape the strong image in this one, Shirley!
Thank you, Bodirose
Are you writing about me?
What an image… With the image definitely disturbing, though I had to say it made me think of the queen of hearts
Yes, they all but did that, didn’t they?
Thank you, Bjorn
Shakespeare in a few words 😉
Thank you, Kathy
Definitely a Shakespearean touch here 😉
On one of his VERY bad days! 🙂
Thank you, Sanaa
yes, why with a sword and not with the traditional axe…ambiguous indeed…in so few words you’ve amazingly captured the overweening Henry VIII’s scheme to behead Anne Boleyn…
He (the King) had a french executioner brought over especially for the job with his own axe. An act of kindness?
Thank you, Sumana
Mysterious and a little bit frightening!
Thank you, viv
Certainly an image to disturb. And folk used to watch!
Yes, gruesome isn’t it.
Thank you, nava
an act made more horrific when described in fewer words.
I think sometimes we do the same to Truth…
Oh.. the glory
oh.. the peace
iF IsiL sword
with bats and
without tribal sports..;)
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