9 Jun 2013

Conundrum

Question;
does a lock keep
you in, or others out?
Perhaps the answer lies within
the key.
Power
of posession
belongs to he or she
who has sole rights of ownership...
Unless,
of course,
the locksmith made
his choice by providing
more than one of these magic tools.
Stalemate!

Three cinquains locked together for Tess and her Mag 172

24 comments:

  1. I guess it depends on one's point of view, too.

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  2. The key lies within the key...I love that...

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  3. Ah, duplicate keys...brilliant!

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  4. well done! Enjoyable read!

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  5. A question, that leaves me wandering myself..a bit of philosophy here

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  6. Provocative and intriguing...

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  7. Oh yes and the old type keys are wonderful! to keep people out methinks and have some privacy!

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  8. Mysterious and captivating ideas, Jinksy. Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed the short phrasing and the exclamations!

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  9. My money is on the locksmith!!! Very nice, Penny. Tricky form done well.

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  10. A conundrum, indeed. The answer lies in who holds the key. Great take!

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  11. Oh very deep! Who would want to be a key holder?

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  12. Yes...it is! Simple and thoroughly enchanting..
    Loved this
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  13. Perhaps there is no key....and the door can be opened just so...Nice one.

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  14. Good!...power is an iffy thing, now you see it...now you don't!

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  15. Answer: Depends which side of the door one is on . . .

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  16. ah the key to the answer is in the key.... perpetually turning... locked or unlocked... beautiful....

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  17. Oh sometimes a lock makes me want to open it even more than it probably should!!!!

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  18. Always the double edged sword.....

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  19. Ah yes. The key is definitely the key.

    Well done!

    =)

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  20. Interesting..to whom does the power of the key belong..still pondering this thought..

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  21. The key is the key factor indeed!

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