Sunday, October 2, 2011

Mag 85, 10/2/11

The East river lapped and rose; the sky grew smoggy and vapor began to undulate.
Two steaming coffee mugs lost their handles. The turkey vulture that had encircled
my patch of green all day, landed with a Boom becoming the elephant
that had strangled his handler.I awoke gasping and threw Carl Jung's book hard across the room-

19 comments:

Tess Kincaid said...

Ha! Brilliant...

Kathy Bischoping said...

Wonderful imagery...and it makes me want a cup of coffee!

Mama Zen said...

This is hilarious!

Jackie Jordan said...

A great dreamscape ...

Ann Grenier said...

Yes, what is the photo but a dreamscape? Perfect take on the prompt.

kaykuala said...

Carl Jung can create nightmares! Excellent imagery!

Hank

Tumblewords: said...

Wonderful!!

Jo Bryant said...

excellent :)

Lyn said...

That's what I like..a profound Jungian nightmare...brilliant!!

chiccoreal said...

When up is down you just got to do this!(throw Jung across the room; well his book anyway!) :)

Morning said...

love the buildup of the story.
vivid imagery.

Helen said...

Ah, the shadowy Jung theory gotcha!!

Doctor FTSE said...

V.good dream imagery. Oh, to be Jung again!

Brian Miller said...

hahaha...nice play off jung...oy what a dream...smiles.

Lydia said...

I could not have dreamed up such a creative take on this image! Loved it. (Have not written a Magpie for this one, as I am first catching up on reading others' blogs.)

Trellissimo said...

A positive dream of a Magpie! LOL

Roy Schulze said...

Great punchline. Unexpected.
If you're curious. my Magpie 85 is Topsy.

Margaret said...

Can you even imagine the conversations Jung and Freud had? Imaginative take on the prompt!

Isabel Doyle said...

that Carl has a lot to answer for