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Monday, 23 February 2015

The Clown

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Have you seen the painted face?
Whose insides I could never trace
Camouflaged with red and white
Making us laugh with all his might.

Dark circles around his eyes
A result of bread-less night-cries
He does this job for a living
As he plays with the circus ring!

Every coin has the other side
To show the best he has well-tried
Our lives are not a shade different,
The flower with thorns also has a scent!

Written for Magpie Tales: mag 259

18 comments:

Namrata said...

Bread-less night-cries, these two words are enough to express how pathetic that person's life who keeps the whole world laughing. Very well done. :)

Rommy said...

I agree with Namrata. There is a lot conveyed with that phrase - really nice!

Sandra said...

nice!

Berowne said...

A solid, well expressed, response to the prompt.

Karen S. said...

I think I caught that scent too!

Wayne said...

Well done

Gillena Cox said...

"two sides to the coin" indeed

much love...

Maria said...

a thoughtful look at this prompt. Nicely done.

Sun Bloom said...

@Namrata
Thank you!

@Rommy
Thanks!

@Sandra
Thanks!

@Berowne
Thanks!

@Karen S.
So, the message is conveyed! :D

@Wayne
Thanks!

@Gillena Cox
Indeed, thanks!

@Maria
Thank you!

Tess Kincaid said...

Interesting...wow I like that last line...

Sun Bloom said...

Thanks Tess!

SuyashJ said...

one would think that the thorns and fragrance were linked

Sun Bloom said...

They are. :-)

Magaly Guerrero said...

There is another face under the laughing clown; and many times, it is weeping... so very true.

My Magpie entry

Michael said...

some sympathy for the class clown at last

Sun Bloom said...

Yes! Thanks.

Sun Bloom said...

Yes.

Loco mente said...

It is always said that the one who makes others laugh will be crying within... Good one!