Four Letters Forgotten – Friday Five Sentence Fictioneers

18 Jan
Mouth by Thomas Saliot, I own no rights. Image source and more of his art at:http://www.thomassaliot.com/?gallery=mouth

Mouth by Thomas Saliot, I own no rights. Image source and more of his art at:
http://www.thomassaliot.com/?gallery=mouth

Four Letters Forgotten

I can see the shake in your eyes, the ache strumming at your spine. I can hear your stomach mourn every miscarriage of words like a loving parent would, crying in pain as your expressions melt in the hell’s kettle of acid and hurt that has filled your hollow bones. Steam gathers in your eyes and foggy ghosts of the past lurk in the corners of your lips. But in all their darkness, they’re still scared of your glorious cupid’s bow, the god-carved figurehead of your brave spirit. Because when every shop and soul is sold out of smiles, you lead your mouth to another wondrous waltz and your laugh rings like the bells of Notre Dame, in a loving concerto that revives the four letters forgotten.

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That little piece above is my first ever Five Sentence Fictioneers and needless to say, I’m excited! Five Sentence Fictioneers is an intriguing challenge that, as lovely Lillie McFerring explains in her blog, is ” about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. ”

Five sentences, a prompt word, inspiration. A recipe for an imaginative adventure.

This week’s prompt word is forgotten. To check out other creative Fictioneers click here, to know more or to participate dance over to Lillie’s place.

Peace and love, always!

xx

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7 Responses to “Four Letters Forgotten – Friday Five Sentence Fictioneers”

  1. ruleofstupid January 18, 2013 at 9:52 pm #

    Great piece, especially the second sentence, so much packed in there! Good job!

    • daydreamdaisies January 19, 2013 at 2:20 pm #

      Thank you Panda, I’m glad you like it. : ) And very flattered since you always write poems so full of imaginary and great lexical choices!

  2. josie2shoes January 20, 2013 at 4:59 am #

    Beautiful word play, a welcome edition to FSF! 🙂

    • daydreamdaisies January 23, 2013 at 7:51 pm #

      Thank you! I will take part in the future too, that’s for sure. FSF is lovely, so interesting.

  3. sjp January 20, 2013 at 6:06 am #

    Wow… I love the momentum in this, the poetic words, that last line is amazing.

  4. Lisa Shambrook January 21, 2013 at 12:07 pm #

    Oh yes, momentum, that’s the word…this flowed so beautifully and loved your choice of delicious words!

    • daydreamdaisies January 23, 2013 at 7:50 pm #

      Oh my, thank you so much, both Lisa and sjp. Your appreciation and words mean a lot to me! Sending love your way.

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