Monday, November 15, 2010

Hombre


Hombre

waiting for the right move

your breed is fierce

a fighter no less

lethal

Do we see one

fighting for justice

on the side of the law?


Submitted for Susan's Microfiction Monday's # 57

23 comments:

Akelamalu said...

Great take on the picture!

Peggy said...

That's the question good against evil. I want to find out who wins in the end! Very nice.

Suz said...

very interesting micro!

Kay L. Davies said...

Nice take. Very good question.
Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting. Visitors who comment are always welcome.
And I think my bit of history about Coronel Esteban Cantu would answer your question. He was a good man.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Sylvia K said...

I really like the good against evil theme! Now, let's hope the good guy wins -- doesn't happen that often, unfortunately! Great take on the pic of the day! Enjoy your week!

Sylvia

Diane said...

Glad for those justice fighters! :O)

Pat said...

You paint a picture with your words, even without a picture to look at! Excellent poetic take on this week's MM!

septembermom said...

Intriguing microfiction. Love the question you raised.

Sylvia Morice said...

Isn't that always the age-old debate...good versus evil...loved your post this week.
Cheers!

Susan Fobes said...

I like this one a lot!

kaykuala said...

Yes, thank you all. It is the simple but powerful age-old yin and yang, good and bad, right and wrong stance again! Thanks for dropping by.

libithina said...

the light has it every time ~
great take
have a great week
Lib

kaykuala said...

Yes, it did Kay. Your blog is real versatile. Covers large grounds and have great pictures. Thanks for returning the visit.

ninotaziz said...

Dear Sir Hanks,
My wireless router is out. Both laptop cables 'koyak'. Time to do something about the home office.

Result, I am a bit out of the loop.

Your poem is tight, provokes questions and old age battle between right and wrong.

Nice MFM!

Note : the limit on 140 characters really help discipline us in choosing the right words carefully. That's what I love about Susan's MFMs. And Susan is a first class fighter too.

ninotaziz said...

BTW, where is your Picasso treat? I loved seeing it everytime I log on to Birdhouse!

Jim said...

Some hombre you painted here, Kay. I like him being on the side of the law.
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Jingle said...

smart take on the prompt...
Glad to see you showcase so many talents.

Jingle said...

you deserve another chance, we deserve another chance,
I invite you to link in a poem today,

we are open 24 hours from now.
Thanks for the support.
Happy Tuesday!
your talent rocks.
xx

Jingle Poetry said...

thought provoking piece.

Nessa said...

That was different. i liked it.

EG Wow said...

Is there a sequel? :)

kaykuala said...

Dear Ninotaziz Ma'am,
Welcome back. I thought it strange not to see you around. Hope you had it fixed. Agreed, MF is a 'must visit'

kaykuala said...

Is there a sequel? Yes, I think it should. Afterall it was 'A Few Dollars More, 'A Fistful of Dollars' and followed with many others.