Words from a rusty writer.
Oooooh... I've been wondering what you were making ever since I saw your teaser photo. Both the poem and the Bad Apple are FAB!!
Oh, thank you so much! I have been trying to push myself into bigger projects. It was great fun!
Oh my Gods Sharon that is so cool lol...cutest damn fuzzie I've ever seen :D XXX
Thank you so much, Gina! The apples were the first thing that popped into my head when the challenge was announced. I mean, why else would the trees be so mean? LOL
I am contemplating the wickedness the apple and its residents are capable of. A quick death via angry witch might be preferable! Beautifully done! Both sculpture and poem.
Oh, thank you, Rommy! They do look pretty malicious, don't they?
As usual, Sharon, you have created something that demands re-reading, re-interpretation, and rethinking! Love it and "your little apple, too" to paraphrase!
Love the paraphrasing! Glad you find it interesting enough to re-read! Thank you!
I couldn't help reading this with Wicked Witch of the West cackle-like voice. It's the "fuzzies and lumpies", I think. They remind me of her promise to little Toto.Your fanged-worm apple is fantastic!
Well, I didn't think the Wicked Witch would be much of an environmentalist! And, the warping of the forest would be much to her liking, me thinks! Thanks for reading!
How utterly dark and wonderful. I love the fanged wormy apple and your poem is wickedly appealing. I am so thrilled that you decided to be a participant in Celebrate Oz - The Shadows of Oz. You have added a special flair to the celebration, xoxo Oma Linda
Thank you so much for letting me join in the fun! Glad you liked my contributions!
I have lived with Oz for such a very long time. When you announced your blog party, the trees were the first things I thought of. Thank you so much for you wonderful words and the wicked prompt! <3
The poem is wonderfully dark and exotic and your apple is too <3
Oh, thank you so much, Kim!
Amazing, wickedly delightful poem.And the fuzzies are nauseatingly perfection.
Thank you for liking the fuzzier and their tale!
I love your fuzzy and tempting Apple! Wow! loved your poem....really ...loved your poem!xDebi
It's amazing where my head goes sometimes. Thanks for going there with me! LOL
Fine bit of poetry. And who doesn't like a rotten apple every now and then? Be sure to stop by Magician of Oz and read my contribution to Shadow of Oz.
Will do! And, thank you!
Ahh my pretty, a fabulous post chock a block full of rotten goodness, party on :)
Rotten goodness! Thank you so much, Shelle!
Sharon did you write that poem?? Amazing! Really love it! And, I really love that apple!! LOL! Have fun at the party ;o)
Yes, I did, Stacy! Been writing different kinds of poetry since 3rd grade. Glad you loved it and the apple! Thanks for stopping by!
OH MY!!! I was getting hungry on my travels down the Yellow Brick road and saw some apples in a field on the right. Thank goodness I was wearing my Glasses! I almost got my nose bit off! This apple is SENSATIONAL!! In a very shadowy way, of course! And the poem is wonderfully threatening! Think I'll be on my way......
Thank goodness for your glasses! Food that bites back is never any fun! Thank you! (Waves bye)