Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday sketches and 160




You do not sing love
for me anymore
but then why waste
your breath on me
When there are so many more
That you can lure
With your siren songs
To a sure death of ecstasy

copyright*budhaaah*
For one shoot,160 and also Sunday Sketches (hosted by - lovely Sophia)

24 comments:

  1. There are hurts still in those words. Hope you can find some healing. Good 160

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  2. the eyebrows says it all, a charmer for sure

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  3. excellent use of shading and facial gesture...and the words pair up very nicely...quite the sting...

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  4. Haunting look in those eyes. You have run over by 9 characters, but I appreciate you playing along and being a part of the Sunday 160.

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  5. 160 or more characters I loved it either way! Very creative talent you have!

    I’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas and to say thank you for the support to Jingle Poetry, with you standing beside us, we are able to continue our efforts by providing the platform for poets who share and encourage…BEST wishes for the year 2011…your poetry has enlightened our community and made us smile.

    Blessings fly your way, Happy Holidays!

    http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    Hope to see you on Sunday Poetry Potluck again, let me know if you have questions..old poems or poems unrelated to our theme are welcome..

    week 15 theme: reflections, interpretations, and musings.

    Take care!

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  6. wonderful poem and fantastic drawing too~

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  7. love how you have a poem to go with the art. He does look like a Lothario.

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  8. Ouch!!
    Did you draw the picture? It is wonderful..
    we must allow ourselves to love even if not returned from the intended. we must...

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  9. oh no, he's a snake! how dare he!!!! I love the words for this AMAZING sketch! i like his lips! wow you have captured romeo here! good stuff. xxoo happy holidays to you.

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  10. Really beautiful sketch and words, well done! ~Lauren

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  11. The sting is quite painful... isn't it? The poem really reflects those emotions..
    What a beautiful sketch to accompany the poem, Budhaaah..

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  12. A gift that I don't have a grain of--so thank you for sharing You- with us!! Beautiful!!! painful, and Honest!

    John

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  13. Thank you.
    All of you wonderful beings out there..
    for sharing and for letting me share
    - our lives here at blogosphere..
    I feel blessed to have you around.

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  14. the portrait looks great, didn't know you drew too

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  15. Awesooooommmeee... :)
    I love sketches...and yours is damn good..
    The poetry is very well written...
    Thank you :)

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  16. There's a post in my blog "Black & White"...
    I have posted some of my sketches which I did a long time back...
    Do check it when you have time... :)
    I wish so much to sketch and paint again...

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  17. Wonderful pairing of words & image...
    You always create such expressive eyes.

    xo
    Kristin

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  18. elegant art,
    lovely entry,

    Thanks for linking!

    A++

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  19. Scorching words. Your art is beautiful, you catch a lot of feeling in graphite and in words.

    My Potluck: http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2010/12/20/sacrament/

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  20. Simply stunning! Wow! I really like the emotion your sketches bring out in an individual!

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  21. Wow. A lot of passion went into this. {{hugs}}
    Beautiful!

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