Postcard Fiction: What She Saw, Part 4

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I’m interrupting my NaPoWriMo magnetic poetry series for a day to interject my response to Jane Dougherty’s Sunday Strange Microfiction Challenge from two Sundays ago.

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“How can you shift what would have been the border?”

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This one folds out; it’s collaged on a political mailer I got for last fall’s primary election.  I’ve been wanting to try one of these for awhile, and the painting Jane posted worked perfectly.

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It also continues a series of “What She Saw” responses to Jane’s prompts.

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I’m behind on Jane’s microfiction challenges, but the paintings are in a folder, and I’ll get to them as I have time.  The angels are on my mind for sure.

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Back to the Magnetic Oracle tomorrow.

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17 responses to “Postcard Fiction: What She Saw, Part 4”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    That baby is even creepier here. This is like a nightmare that I can’t escape or look away from. Well-done. 😉

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  2. Jane Dougherty says :

    The split face is scary! I’m afraid I don’t think we’ll like what hatches out of that egg—crossing another boundary?

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  3. Jodi says :

    Awesome!!!!

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  4. sheldonk2014 says :

    I just dropped by to say hello
    Looks like you’ve been busy
    Simply beautiful
    As sheldon always

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  5. Jennifer G. Knoblock says :

    I’m a little worried about that egg, too. And the shifting border.

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  6. Violet of Violet's Veg*n e-comics says :

    Excellent! I really like this post 🙂

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  7. mariasjostrand says :

    Damn, that is one creepy baby! 🙂

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  8. memadtwo says :

    You are really hitting your stride. Great, great work.

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