Mortar and Pestle

Note: Bastet at Because We’re Poets presented us with Photo Challenge 3: Old: “In a world that exalts novelty…get this brand-new giggling joppity great new fantastically never seen before variation of our dish soap… where youth is the by-word and be all of our age…I propose that we look for the venerable!”

morrarandpestle.copyright.shainbird

© Shainbird

crushing and grinding
forms beyond recognition
demands of living

Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved.

Please also read other takes on this prompt: The Old Typewriter and Morning Walk by Bastet, Something Old by Eliza at Creative Metaphor, Tea Pot by Birgitta Rudenius at FOTO chip, Rob’s take at Rob’s Real Life, and The Last Passage at Keeping My Eye on the Sparrow.

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13 Responses to Mortar and Pestle

  1. Oh *drool*. That is a gorgeous mortar and pestle!

  2. Bastet says:

    A great take! That is a great senryu to accompany it too…much to meditate on…

  3. words4jp says:

    this is brilliant – to see a mortar and pestle and see life – wow – very cool eye and imagination!

  4. Damyanti says:

    Brilliant prompt, and great lines. Makes me want to break out into a story!

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