dVerse Poetry – Prosery

Everything I do is stitched with its color.
– W.S. Merwin, from “Separation

Here’s how to take part in the Prosery Prompt:
• Write a piece of flash fiction or other prose up of up to or exactly 144 words, including the given line from the poem.
• Post your Prosery piece on your blog and link back to this post.
• Place the link to your actual post (not your blog url) on the Mister Linky page.
• Don’t forget to check the little box to accept use/privacy policy.
• Please visit other blogs and comment on their posts!



Everything I do is stitched with color from the gray fog of a winter morning to the bright white bathroom glow where I wash and decide what type of day I am going to have. My tired green eyes are enhanced with a brown eyeliner to stand out under glasses along with blonde/gray highlights in aging red hair. I decide that a foamy topped cream cup of coffee would spark my brain into writing something passable as a story. Red and green Christmas decorations still linger about my living room and go well with the clean white snow falling in soft layers outside my window. Even winter hues inspire although autumn is still my favorite color pallet. A cold soft yellow sun streaks through wispy clouds while a pink printed quilt covers my stretched out legs. It’s time to be creative.



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