Sometimes short verses conveys it all!!!Like this one
tergiversation's first rate, or is it paradox: how oppressive sun can be? Lot of thought here.
KiteHorse, you made my day by using the word "tergiversation" here!
Nice!Golden is the colour of warmth for me. :)And now - YOU'VE BEEN TAGGED!http://youhavebeentagged.blogspot.com/
Yes, the heat from within is what ardor is all about, not the outer heat of a golden sun!
"Freezing" is certainly ironic here.Nice work.
this does indeed, work! love the title: golden freeze
Excellent piece of irony.
short and sweet!
That's a paradox that nails it perfectly. My hat's off to you!
I love the economy of words. And I confess, I had to look up tergiversation! Fabulous!
I like 'ogles greedily', unexpectedly 'Freez(ing) ardor'.
This is totally in my head space right now. Thanks; it's also giving me the sort of mental image I need to move forward.
Great twist-- summer freezing ardor!
Succinct as a doorway opening onto a prairie!
and doing it beautifully!
*exactly* what deborah said!!
simple and true!
you put into beautiful form what my rambling offering did with clumsy words...'too much of a good thing kills the soul'Thanks for this!
i wish i could write long or short verse like you. you make it look so effortless but i know it is not!
Love's own thoughts layered with golden tints...
I like the "g" sounds--golden, ogles...greedily.
Just as I was about to enjoy the sun-ripened fruits...a cold wave hit the ardor.I enjoyed this treat.
it would be frozen sun in my case (so damn cold it hurts)
even the simple speak loudly... it is beautiful...
I love it...isn't it wonderful when we can say so much with so few words. Well done!
we used to have golden sun at this time but global warming sents us some fogs and storm :(