The word "potpourri" means "container of things that can be poured out," usually a mixture of small things, such as a potpourri of flowers or a potpourri of mixed beans. I first used the label for my file of segmented parts of my own illustrations, such as skies or heads, which might be re-usable in other of my images. Afterward, I used it to mean my mixed bag of works for my blog. -Roberta

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Here are two larks of mine.

This one I placed in the "comments" section of the online Journal "Tinywords."
June 22, 2010

Cook riffles pages
chantarelles roll into bowl
scents ascend, risers stir
door's soprano hinges swing
pitpat scramble, altos yumm

 Here's one I placed in a personal Blog, unfortunately now disappeared, in answer to the problem "Write a story in one sentence."
 July 24, 2009
While staring at a melody and hearing a blaring tattoo of light, alarmed technicians threatened communications shutdown as the computer, in defending itself against desynthesizers, reconnoitered non-surrender and locked entry into T.P. Alley.

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