A mask on the wall

devil mask
Mask on the bathroom wall of artist Anado McLauchlin, La Cieneguita, Guanajuato, México
 


A mask on the wall of the bath
Represents such unholy wrath
That bathers do quake,
And shiver and shake,
While viewing the mask in the bath.

 
Limerick and photo © 2017 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
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Posted on July 18, 2017, in Guanajuato, La Cieneguita, limerick, Mexico, Midweek Motif, Poets United, Ruby Tuesday Too and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Mind you he looks fairly benign compared with some!

  2. It does look like a portal from somewhere, wow: “unholy wrath”!

  3. Luv it; maybe if i were there in the bathroom i too would quiver and shake, but above your poem, i caught myself thinking – Oh how cute : matching ears and tongue

    LOL

    much love…

  4. Ouch! Quite an angry, frowning color for a wall complemented by the mask, truly spelling ‘unholy wrath’. Well captured 🙂

  5. Oh dear! I think I’d just use his horns for a towel rack. That should take care of him nicely!

  6. Masks are scary to me.

  7. hypercryptical

    I love baths but reckon I would take few if he was hanging on my wall!
    Anna :o]

  8. Yikes, an orange wall and a scary mask – not the most restful conditions, lol. The horns would be a great place to hang the towel, though!

  9. Who’s idea was that?

  10. lol wouldn’t like to be a bather in there indeed Good one

  11. Shouldn’t be sharing the bathroom with it. Great Limerick MMT!

    Hank

  12. Ha, that would definitely freak me out!

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