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Prosery – Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan

Monday’s ‘Prosery’ at dVerse is hosed by Björn Rudberg, the challenge is to write a piece of prose of a maximum 144 words, including the given line ‘To her, death is quite romantic’,

Here is my contribution, the majority of the words are taken from the Bob Dylan lyrics of: Desolation Row; Mr Tambourine Man; Hurricane and Dreamin’ Of You. Thanks for looking.


Published by poetisatinta

I was born and live in rural North Wales (UK) and found poetry again after a lifetime, so grateful I did :)

18 thoughts on “Prosery – Bob Dylan

  1. “sleeping in the palace of pain”
    These words are powerful….I’m reminded of my dear dear friend fighting cancer…into her third year of living with cancer rather than dying with it. The palace of pain indeed.

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  2. Short and not so sweet! I too like the way you incorporated the prompt line and added further Dylan lyrics. The bartender in a pool of blood is from one my favourite Dylan albums, Desire.

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