The Flaming Precedent

The farmer’s market, the refreshing farmer’s market, the transcendentalistic farmer’s market is barbaric vastly, it is so barbaric because there is no flaming in it.  If flaming is in aesthetics it is not sought.  Is that not an attempt for any letter of it and even so is there any place that is better, is there any place that has so much enumerated out.


12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Laurie Kolp
    Aug 04, 2011 @ 14:50:05

    Very intriguing!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, too.


    • wordcoaster
      Aug 04, 2011 @ 14:58:24

      Thanks! I try to keep things fresh–not sure if I really like this, but it’s definitely different 😛 Oh anytime, really enjoyed tanning under your kiwi sun 🙂


  2. Kim Nelson
    Aug 04, 2011 @ 18:50:30

    I had to read this aloud a few times to catch the flow. It is fast-paced.


  3. Jesse S. Mitchell
    Aug 04, 2011 @ 19:21:12

    very awesome. Very very awesome.


  4. Ella
    Aug 05, 2011 @ 10:10:10

    Interesting take on the prompt~


  5. Eileen O'Neill
    Aug 05, 2011 @ 16:06:43

    Interesting words and image. It reminded me of seeing pumpkins like the picture, while visiting in a park in Dallas, Texas in October.



    • wordcoaster
      Aug 05, 2011 @ 23:30:15

      I would never associate Dallas with pumpkins (having never been there myself) so it’s interesting that that’s what this reminds you of–I guess pumpkins are a pretty adaptable plant. Thanks for stopping by 🙂


  6. Fountains
    Aug 06, 2011 @ 01:03:17

    After shuffling about here on WordPress for a couple months, I’d like to say you have a unique style. It’s intellectual. Very intriguing for poetry.


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