The Storybook Collaborative

Welcome to the Storybook Collaborative. The paintings are original pieces I created and used as prompts for writers on my blog, Mine Enemy Grows Older. I did this weekly for about 8 months and hosted the results of the collaborations. While I reserve all commercial rights to the images, those who wish to use the images for for their own creative, non-profit purposes have my permission to do so. The results of previous collaborations are collected on these pages.

Scroll down to see the image prompts and the various writer’s responses. Over time some of the links have broken or the owners have shut down their blogs, or made them private. For now a dependable sampling is here.

If anyone wishes to contribute new work the same single rule applies – no commercial usage without consulting me please, and please link back in the comments so others can see.

! If you have contributed a piece of writing and do not see it here please let me know – rickmobbs@gmail.com !

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February 10, 2011 image prompt



Yemaya’s Children – the Orishas Return by Danyanti Ghosh, of the Daily (w)rite.

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February 5, 2011 image prompt

mCkenzie jOnes hAt cHick

Meet Anna Williams and her hats, everybody by Damyanti Ghosh, of the Daily (w)rites

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August 13, 2009 image prompt

totem1

beloved dominion, by Glenn Buttkus, of bibliosity

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Oct 3, 2008 image prompt

. fecundity-at-play, from Glenn Buttkus, creator of bibliosity

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Sept 24, 2008 image prompt

. through a haze, by lirone

. Domesticity, by Tiel Aisha Ansari

. Is it Teeth? from Callie Guerin

. Someday, by Guatami Tripathy

. Equus Aethereus, by Glenn Buttkus

. Give Up, by Noah the Great

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. Dragon’s Lament, by Tiel Aisha Ansari, author of Knocking From Inside

. Courage, from noah the great, author of noahthegreat!

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. The Dragon Prince, by Openhand

. A Not-story, by Z (distillation infusion)

. Sailing Sunsets, by Angelica

. Night’s Invitation, by Pamela Olsen (coosacreek – amputated)

. Under the Big Top, by Tiel Aisha Ansari

. A Friend Told Me, by Annie Burie

. Dragons Descending, by Glenn Buttkus

. Worry, by noahthegreat

. the fighter, by glenn buttkus

august 29, 2008 image prompt

supernatural bridge (red shoes)

(Backstory here)

. Ada’s Adventure, by Glenn Buttkus

. Water Girl, by Tiel Aisha Ansari

. annunciation, by lirone

. Dancing by lirone

. Goody Two Shoes, by Why Paisley

. Trying to Find Meaning, by Gautami Tripathy

. I’ve tricked your vision; I’ve jaded your sight, by CordieB

. Storyteller, by Nicole Nicholson

. uncertainty, by noah the great

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august 25, 2008 image prompt

. Here is Grand Canyon, a poem from Tiel Aisha Ansari, creator of the blog, knocking from inside. The poem is from her 3 trips to the Grand Canyon and accompanies this week’s image.

. And flesh and rock, from Lirone, of words that sing.

. Glenn Buttkus wrote sentinel. His blog is bibliosity/feel free to read.

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8/14/08 Coach

. MORGAN, from Jason Bruno, who knows whereof he speaks

. Boxing out, from the rambling of angelica

. Worry, from noah the great, of noahthegreat

. Glenn Buttkus wrote Fist of Dreams

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8/7/08 my four sisters

my four sisters

my four sisters

the summer is flying by. Hope it is a good one for you. Here is a summertime prompt I hope will elicit a story or two…

…and it has. Here are some…

. my four sisters, from randy pepper, who is working on getting a blog up.

. sisters, from Z

. Shoreline, from noahthegreat

. Navigationally Challenged, by Tiel Aisha Ansary

. Kicking Up, by Jo Janoski

. Sisters with Purpose, by Pam (Amputated Moon)

. Sisters, from Ozy

. Artistic Bent, from Rose Dewy Knickers

. bonded forever, by Guatami Tripathy

. sisters of mercy, by Glenn Buttkus

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7/31/08 image prompt

 

. Soaked, by Noah the Great

. what I should have done, by joyce davis, fondly known as pepek the assassin.

. I am a Hawk and a Mouse, by Christine

. a note from the artist, from jo

. Bluebirds are meant to sing by damyantig

. Avian Armor from marlow44

. liberate yourself from guatami tripathy

. memories from lirone

. tunnel of bones by tiel aisha ansari

. for the birds by z

. soaring by piece of pie

. motion by ozymandias

. observing life from Maekitso’s Cafe

. i see a raven in the sky, by cheong lee san ( dsnake1 )

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7/24/08 image prompt: It’s the dog days of summer, inviting musings on loyalty, long walks and rolls in the grass, unspoken friendship and the simple satisfactions and creature comforts that make up some of the good things in life. Next week I’ll be driving a U-haul cross-country full of the belongings of my in-laws, helping them move West. Naomi will guest edit for me. See you in a while, crocodiles.

. Loyalty, from lirone, author of the blog, Words that sing (and they do)

. Bone tree (for Georgia O’keeffe), from Tiel Aisha Ansari author of the blog knocking from inside

. weed it out – half a poem, from gautami tripathy, of firmly rooted

. Beyond the Obvious, by Rose Dewy Knickers, author of the blog live/laugh

. Here is The Dog, from Pam, at amputated moon

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We are a little scrambled here, with days and nights, hearts and minds full with work and children – so I am a little late with this one. But with kids in mind, here is a prompt to make up your own Abecedarium ! (And thank you Fernandita Sosa for the title, I is for Bugs.)

I is for Bug

. I is for… by Lirone, author of the blog Words that Sing. (Lirone means “song is mine, joy is mine”…)

. Tiel Aisha Ansari, author of the blog, knocking from inside, has posted her illuminated Silverlock abecedarium

. (A – D) here

. (E – H) here

. (I – L) here

. (M – P) here

. (Q – T) here

. (Y – Z) here

delightful, all of them.

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july 10, 2008

. praise, by joyce davis (pepek the assassin) version 1

. praise, by joyce davis (pepek the assassin) version 2  (which do you like?)

. Don’t Look Over There, by Pam, of amputated moon.

. The Condor Soars, by Lirone, on Words that sing

. Bystander, by one more believer, on piece of pie ala mode

. First Light, by Tiel Aisha Ansari, on knocking from inside

. tears trickle slowly, by gautami tripathy, on firmly rooted

. Aztec Eyes, by Marlow44, on feel free to read

. Leonine, by niebla/fog, on niebla, a hermetic weblog

. ’tis a gift to be simple, by Paul Squires, on gingaTao

. Ghost of a Promise, by Brad Frederiksen, on maekitso’s cafe

. Praise, by Ranier Marie Rilke, just because…

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special event! july 4, 2008

naomi, broadus & ada, day 1

. on ada’s arrival, by peter tavernise

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july 3, 2008 image prompt

. the lights of my heart, from cheong lee san, author of the blog dsnake1

. Church of the Old Mermaids, from lirone, author of the weblog, words that sing

. Harbor Lights, a first post from the author of the blog, abwfriend

. Civilization, from Australia, by the author of the blog, maekitso.

. Defining Boundaries, from Guatami Tripathy, who’s blog is firmly rooted.

. Thunder Opens the Sky, from Pamela Olsen, author of the blog, Amputated Moon

. waiting, from lirone, author of words that sing

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6/26/08

june 26, 2008 – soup kitchen witch

Hello everyone. Since we never really know what the day will bring (or when we will knock off and go home), I am putting this Thursday image prompt up early and offering both the original and a later (scribble witch) version of the image. Take your pick!

. Leeks and Love, by Glenn Buttkus

. Have a taste my dear… from Tina, author of the poetry blog, tinatrivet

. picking up the ladle, I smile at you… sunday scribblings from gautami tripathy, author of the blog, firmly rooted

. Soup Kitchen Witch, from Brad, the creator of the blog, Maekitso’s Cafe

. A Short-Short: the Soup Kitchen Witch, from Michael, author of the blog, daybookery

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6/18/08 – the kiss of the wind

. Again he dreamed of divine love , by Cristine, author of the blog, mariacristinapoesia.

. on Icarus’ wings, by cheong lee san, author of the urban poems blog

. imagine freedom, by lissa, creator of the blog, flyturtlefly

. artist of the portrait, by amuirin, author of stop and wander.

. ripe with the fullness of waiting, by damyantig, of daily (w)rite

. tasting the sun, by pepek, of my uncle pepek’s journal…

. stars and fire and bliss, from lirone, of words that sing

. the kiss, by nan-de, author of the blog, vignettes

. partly cloudy, by pamela olson, creator of amputated moon

. blessings, by tina trivett, author of the poetry of tina trivett

. sometimes love sustains us, from Z, While her post is not x-rated her blog is deeply personal.

. spring, from piece of pie ala mode

. a dream of fire and air, by niebla, from her hermetic weblog, niebla/fog

. how earth came to its place in the universe, from carolee, creator of the polka dot witch blog

. clouds percolate from the sun, by gautami tripathy, of firmly rooted

. the daughter, by yours truly

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6/12/08

. a little note of explanation, or sizzle, in memory of broadus evans, by yours truly

. paint me a picture, by Jodi, creator of the weblog, why paisley

. Just Ride, by Z. of thenakedtruthaccordingtoZ. Her post is for anyone, but her blog is adults only.

. yearning, by gautami tripathy, of Deli, India. Her weblog is firmly rooted

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june 5, 2008

. ma-femme, johemmantby

. rescue the princes, by pepek (or the one we call pepek)

. Having lost everything, again, from paul, author of gingatao

. honoring a goddess, by arkay

. play with me, by damyantig

. animal, by Z. While her post is not x-rated her blog is deeply personal and erotic.

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may 29, 2008

. the island of san perso, by Cristine

. Birth Song, by Pam

. Negative Dark, by Arkay

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may 22, 2008

How Your Soul Might Slip Away, by Cristine, author of the blog, mariacristina. With video accompaniment!

Arkay, of the pessimistic idealist, wrote MAELSTROM

from niebla who writes the blog niebla/fog we have calf in the astral world,
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may 16, 2008 the day late image prompt

Hello everyone. I’m posting this from D.C. It’s gray and overcast here but great to be with family and friends. Here is something for this gray day. Sorry the prompt is a little late. More later. Be well!

p.s. mariacristina has outdone herself. She posted a video based on the last image here.

p.p.s. I hope somebody writes about this one. I would really like to know the story.

The Charmer, by the author of my uncle pepek’s journal

cristine, author of mariacristina, wrote In the Book of Good Love

fetishes and fishes, by johemmant, of floresence

pam, author of amputated moon, wrote water dance for the image above.

from pessimisticidealist, something Arkay calls, “a silly little bit of fluff”

from greybeard, of cracked head, a poem, why’s more less?

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may 9, 2008 image prompt

. Escapee, by the author of the blog, Noah the Great

. I found barefoot boy on floresence as I tripped around before work this morning. It is a three-way collaboration between johemmant, cristine and this unwitting author of the painting.

. from the one we know as pepek (my uncle pepek’s journal), we have what they said to him

. cristine, author of mariacristina, wrote and produced a video (!), cheetah dreams of barefoot boy for the image above.

. ozy (ozymandiaz), of ocellus, weighing in with oh the places we will go.

. greybeard, of cracked head blog, wrote from the corner of my eye

. kailey, three and a half years old, told this story to xpalla (who told it to us)

. arkay, from pessimistic idealist, wrote jayme read

. read, by kate fishman

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may 1, 2008

Greybeard, the author of crackedheadblog, wrote Dark Matter

the junkie’s wife wrote, accountable, damn it

arkay, of the pessimistic idealist, wrote art thursda

from mister books, image prompt thursda

from the incomparable oz, The Prayer of Bearmo

from erin, of what winners do, who wrote No Containmen

from nan de, creator of the blog, vignettes, three haiku, all here.

paisley, author of whypaisley, wrote bird of happiness.

In a poem he calls Enigma, Glenn Buttkus, of bibliosity, has taken a bit of my prose, (tapestry fragment, enigma), cast it into lyric/poetic form and matched it with this image.

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4/29/08

. From whypaisley, her poem, Bag Lady,

. And from yours truly, mary draws from silence

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april 24, 2008 – weighty voices on hallowed ground

Internet, cable, phones – landlines as well as towers – have been out all day and are just now being restored. Someone (accidentally) cut the fiber optics trunk line running north from Santa Fe (New Mexico, USA) and feeding all of NW New Mexico. Major disruption here. Reminds me of “…for want of a nail a kingdom was lost…” Now, if we could only lose our mad, pathetic, dangerous king.

So, here’s the Thursday prompt. Not your happiest of images… The title of the painting is Hallowed Ground. It is approx. 4′ x 6′. It was painted on desert warfare-style camouflage material, using charcoal and acrylic washes. But don’t feel you have to include that title or spirit in your work. Take it is any direction you wish
Here is the image….

and below the image are links to some stunning work by a variety of poets

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. Ozymandius wrote ‘Neath the Ground. His blog is Ocellus. Here is johemment’s poem, hallowed ground, and the link to floresence, her poetry weblog. Please visit all of these artists/poets!

. Ozymandius wrote ‘Neath the Ground. His blog is Ocellus.

. short and not so sweet, by greybeard, author of crackedheadblog

. from bottlecapper, author of diary of a quitter, the poem hallowed ground

. poetry playtime, from misterbooks

. from myunclepepeksjournal, a quiet poem, hallowed ground

. niebla, the voice of the hermetic weblog, niebla/fog, wrote dead suburb

. In Labor Minimus, by Doug Palmer

. and we are patiently waiting to hear from lakota

. and I wrote dream images

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april 23, 2008

. Nanda, from Andy Sewina aka Danny Wise, of SweetTalkingGuy

. waiting impatiently, from nibblepoems (by the editor?)

. cryptic ekphrastic triptych, by Dave(?) of throwshiswords

. Fading into Shadows, by Rose Dewey Knickers, author of Flash Your Knickers Here.

. Portrait of Nanda, from Catherine, in Christcurch, New Zealand, author of still standing on her head

. her last defense by Christine, auther of the blog mariacristinapoesia

. a dark light rewrite by rikkitikk

. james17930, author of the blog, Intropolis, wrote Nanda,

. paisley, author whypaisley of wrote completion

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april 23, 2008 – sun and moon

paisley, author of whypaisley, wrote bird of happiness.

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4/23/08 stupid war (with Broadus Mobbs)


. Co-author of the collaborative blog Feel Fee to Read, Glenn Buttkus wrote 4 Buck Gas, from the painting, Stupid War

. And from the same image, Broadus Mobbs (age 7 at the time) dictated the story of Stupid War

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april 22, 2008

. seeing eve, for earth day from pepektheassassin,
. ekphrasis, from Liza Lee Miller, author of the blog, egretsnest
. As in Waking, from Katherine, of Lunaesia (a thousand paper craniums). (a two-for-one)
. (Not a) Fib, by Sharon Brogan, author of the blog Watermark, a poet’s notebook
. Ekphrastic Poem (I think!), from Linda, author of the blog Linda’s Poems
. Now, from Lirone, of words that sing
. Inside Fibonacci, by Tiel Aisha Ansari, author of the blog, knocking from inside.
. out of nowhere, by guatami tripathy, author of the blog, Rooted.
. creation’s cusp, by Donald Harbour, author of woodennickel
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april 17, 2008 – Darfur Fridge

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. From the incomparable oz, creator of the blog Ocellus, a poem about more than the darfur fridge

. Prester John, from crackedheadblog wrote faith without works

. whypaisley, rockin’ girl blogger, wrote darfur fridge.

. expalla, known only as expalla (want help setting up that blog? write me) wrote a silly little door

Backstory…

…Hiking in the woods I found this rusting refrigerator that hunters had been using for target practice. I retrieved the door and it sat in the studio for a year or so until surfing the web I happened across some drawings by children who were survivors or refugees of war or civil unrest. The pictures were collected by Human Rights Watch workers helping the children and were put on the web here. A quick search found kid’s drawings dating back to the Spanish Civil War, WW1, WW2, the bombing of London, Germany, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon Chechnya and on, and on, and on…

I was moved to copy some of the drawings onto the fridge door, eventually adding some of my own but a good many of the drawings came directly from the kids. I added hunter/warrior figures found in cave paintings.

I then traced the figures onto steel plate and cut them out using a plasma torch. I painted some and backed them all with magnets so they are completely movable refrigerator magnets.

I have not been giving a back-story with the images thus far but this one seemed to ask for some explanation. If anyone feels moved to write from it I would love to read what you have to say. As always, if this image doesn’t suit feel free to take another.

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I do this kind of work intuitively, trying not to analyze too much as I work. The images build and layer. I try to trust that inner sense, try to choose the best on the fly, sometimes backtracking, painting out, painting over, sometimes progressing to a finish. Sometimes knowing when I’ve finished, sometimes..

…I’ll ask my son, who’s eight, what he thinks.

“Well,” he says, “You’re making it different, but you aren’t making it better.”

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All of this is just to say that your thoughts on these things are as good as mine, often more interesting and sometimes more fun, and I welcome them.
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april 10, 2008

. oz the incomparable, also known as ozymandiaz wrote mystical from this. he is the author of the blog ocellus

. christine, prolific author of mariacristina wrote Lantana using this painting as a starting point.

. and from the vanishing enigma, writing about the image above, we have this

. A here is a poem from Lakota, author of the handsome blog, naughtylakota (be warned!). She’s been promising one, and wrote the ailing child to tell the story of this painting. I believe she has tapped into her softer side…

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. johemmant, the author of florescence wrote asherah

. damyantig, author of the Daily (w)rite, with her first contribution here – writing about a painting
. jodi, author of theinkpot, wrote, incongruent
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march 30, 2008 – collaboration # 2 – STANDING IN THE SHADOWS

something for this rainy day

. Joyce Davis, a.k.a. Pepek, wrote A Woman Without Arms. Her blog is called my uncle pepek’s journal.

. Neath the ashen sky, by Ozymandiaz (ocellus). Please visit his blog for more great stuff. (I would like one day to illustrate one of his pirate poems.)

. Standing in the shadows, johemmant’s remarkable story, using the painting above. please visit her blog, floresence,

. Traffic, from Nathan Moore, quoter of Eduardo Galeano and author of the blog, exhaust fumes and french fries

. cryptic ekphrastic triptych, by Dave(?) of throwshiswords

. Standing in the Shadows, a ghazal from Jenn, author of the blog Drawings in the Surf

. In Mud-Colored Dreams, We Watch Our Distant City, by the 9 to 5 Poet

. witness, from jorc, of empty garden …and now we pray for rain

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april 3, 2008 – an open invitation to write about a painting…
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Here is Light, by johemmant, author of floresence

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. how bird saved the world, by cristine, author of mariacristina

. Did anyone else write about this one?

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february 3, 2008

little monster hatching, looking around and saying, “Oh, my God…”

<(2/3/08)…I had reservations about the poem I matched with the painting here and took it down. So, in the spirit of collaboration, if you, or you and your kids, or your kids, or anyone else would like to offer poems, captions or stories to accompany this picture I will submit them to the committee (Broadus and Naomi) and we will publish them here…>

I believe that this invitation was the beginning of the storybook.

. there was no denying the look in her eye, from xpalla, who still doesn’t have a blog although she is the one who started all this.

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. triple damn cat by rick

. and triple damn cat, recast by glenn buttkus, co-author of bibliosity

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(out of sequence?)


get your toes back inside that painting!

get your toes back inside that painting!

. in a strange turn of events june cleaver shreds her apron, by jillypoet, mom trying to write

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. the promised land, by johemmant

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. photo and hand stitched tapestry courtesy enigma

. matched with a story fragment called tapestry

. which Glenn Buttkus, co-author of the blog, feel free to read, has taken and broken into lines of poetry.

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. Glenn Buttkus has posted A Delicate Balance, a collaboration between Doug Palmer and Alex Shapiro on his blog bibliosity/feel free to read

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. Aan’s calf, by rick

. How Your Soul Might Slip Away, by Cristine, author of the blog, mariacristina. With video accompaniment…

. Arkay, of the pessimistic idealist, wrote MAELSTROM

. niebla who writes the blog niebla/fog contributed calf in the astral world,

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. Doug Palmer wrote Another Fine Day from the painting Loopy Heart, posted on Feel Free to Read

. paisley, author of whypaisley wroteteach me death from this image.

. and I wrote the keepers of the evergreens

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the getaway

. June Cleaver and the Soccer Moms Release their First Single, from jillypoet : mom trying to write

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boot study

. From the art predator, musing brought on by a pair of boots

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(out of sequence?)


moon scraper

. Exorcism, by by Brad Frederiksen, author of the blog, Maekitso’s Cafe.

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And these photos give me a place to post some of the poems friends have written to celebrate the arrival of the newest member of our family, and her place the bigger human and celestial picture. Which posting I’ll have to get to later. Sigh.

broadus and Ada, 1st minutes

Ada @ 10 days

. on ada’s arrival, by openhand

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how trying living in a world of nonsense, by rikkitikki

a little note of explanation, or sizzle, in memory of broadus evans

whereabouts revisited, the end of the story

wasting time at the talk machine

the daughter

and I in my heaven, and you in your hearse

a dense little poem for the family

a moody little piece of nonsense

why you drink so much baby?

love poem


ruby, in memory of ivan gold

rough work, in memory of aan bunting mock

10 Responses to The Storybook Collaborative

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  2. artpredator says:

    I’m not quite sure how this works–my first time–but I have a poem up on my site about the boots painting on your website:

    http://artpredator.wordpress.com

    i saw it the first time i went to your site and have been thinking about ti since!

    the alphabet works are fun too and love to get something on that but not yet…

  3. marlowe44 says:

    It is amazing how much material, how many poems, and how many contributors have flocked to your siren’s allure, your paintings, your image prompts. It is an honor, truly, to be a small part of this endeavor.

    Glenn

  4. Kate Fishman says:

    Read

    Lovingly my dragon pressed its body against me, sucking in the fearlessness of my brave little soul. “Yes, I am brave.” I whispered. I am just like Peter Pan, and Robin Hood and all the brave heroes.Ilooked at the book in my hand and thought that there must be characters in there waiting for readers. I wondered if a single one expected a brave reader who resembled Peter Pan. “I am a character in my own self and my life is my very own book.”I thought as I dissapeared into the book.

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  7. Shiny Things says:

    Your blog, in the myriad of ways it manifests itself, is an encouragement and inspiration to me personally.

    Thus, when I was asked to recommend others who inspired, motivated, and encouraged me, I thought of you and this blog as one of the Most Inspiring, with the Honest Scrap Award. Here: Honestly, Its All Scrap!

    Thank you for all that you’ve brought to the table, Rick!
    Namaste.

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