Inner Gypsy wanderings....
Oh I love this. And now I'm thinking about it.
And, if you do write something, please share!
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Laura, you are so clever with your haiku reply!! It's wonderful!
I'd be running like a criminal. Snakes scare the Hell out of me.
I believe that the characters are metaphors with other stories waiting to be told.
I would tell a tale of deep symbolism.....
I love the deep! Maybe one day you'll share the tale, Joanne!
One thing for sure, in any story with these characters, the snake is most certainly the villain!! Thanks for sharing!
Wabi - not in my story! I'll have to sketch it out online one of these day. All characters are needed and not at all villainous! :-)
A refreshing challenge to re-visit an old tale! Creative and clever!
It's always good, I think, to revisit stories as our experience changes, expands and matures over time. I love the process!
Ah ~ lovely and inspiring haiku ~ Carol of: A Creative Harbor ^_^
I would tell a tale that inspired wonder, not fear, love with no hint of hatred, and of a paradise that was forever...
The old tale ended badly with these characters, perhaps there is another being written! Love the question in your words!
a lovely invitation to create our own story, perhaps this time knowing the traditional tale, another ending might be called for :)
perhaps the woman will feel no guiltin indulging in the gifts set before her...every life can be paradise if we choose to see it that way...snakes can slip away.I would love to hear your story, Kathy ♥♥
I love the opportnity to create our own stories...not blindly following the known story or the "mob" view! I have an interesting painting from Oaxaca that invites the observer to create their own story...and so far, every one I've heard is WAY different! Great haiku!
Oh, look Toto - we have visitors!