...where Pen is mightier than the sword...
hopefully, she knew her own joy, sometimes people miss their own moments of joy and only focus on the negative, which is what the world around her seems to be doing.birth death its all the same
This is really pretty!
I like the new found freedom ~
you know...finally stretching out of the confines of the egg...yeah i know that joy...smiles.
Jinsky, you got your surreal boots on!
Very surreal! great image and poem! Happy Easter!
Freddom, there's nothing else quite beats it, maybe except for love. :)
A hatchling? Of course she was, and she was off somewhere in a hurry too.
nicely danced and well done...thanks for this
I feel that joy! I was housebound for 3 months with a broken foot, stepping outside again was bliss! .....I can still make out the little doggie, bless it!
You're sure your name isn't Salvador Dali? :-)
I might admit to Paint-the-door Penny! :)
Dali indeed. Wonderful picture. The joy of breaking free of one's shelled confines would certainly be yellow with joy.
Such a fresh, hopeful piece. I hope you had a nice Easter.
The word 'hatchling' suits your art work wonderfully well.
Loved this!! Beautiful take on the prompt! :)
We do need to dance more! good one, thanks.
Yes...I love it!!HugsSueAnn
The dawn light, perfect for prancing and rejoicing!
Is that a lot of yolk floating about?
No, it's the joke, isn't it m'dear?
Love, love, love this!
Dancing in the dawn light is truly freeing...:) Lovely.
Pity the world keeps prying until Joy is under extreme duress, hard pressed just to survive.
Intriguing image. So suggestive.
But I think the 'ayes' have it...
I think this is a beautiful interpretation of the image....and one that makes sense to me. Short answer: Well done! Vb
Hatchling freedom! As long as not a true hen! (Terrible what they do to chickens!) K.
What a great image to go with your vibrant words.=)
Good take... JJRod'z
Very nice, Jinksy! Somehow you made the picture even more "eggy". Thank you.