Identification of objects in historical grave treasure near end

( From the Hygiene Times, 26 April 3008 )

Some of the objects found in the underground grave recently discovered near the town of Hygiene, Colorado, have been more fully identified. The plastic sculpture of a deeply tanned overweight nude woman with a pronounced throat in the historical grave from 2099 has been identified as a work by Jeef Kuns (1955-2087) called “Penumbra or Portrait of a Hoarsely Lady”. Apparently it was considered a triumph of American art at its time. The other artefact in the grave, by an unknown 21st century master, is titled “Kermit the Frog Bearing the Burden of a Colander”. It consists of the prostrate cloth doll of a historical television character and a green plastic colander attached to its back. The information on this sculpture’s title was contained in a satchel with mothballs and lavender fastened to the frog’s neck. The perfectly sealed and preserved grave of art collector Gertrude Desperation (1987-2099) was unearthed thanks to a fluky discovery by Alice B. Pleasant last spring.

Reported by James Steerforth from the future

Contains the words pleasant, fluky, desperation, penumbra, hoarsely, triumph, burden, colander, Kermit the Frog, lavender given by Raven.

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About James Steerforth

I am an author of poetry and fiction, translator and painter who loves to have fun with borrowed feathers.
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6 Responses to Identification of objects in historical grave treasure near end

  1. Rich says:

    Very interesting use of the words. Like a newspaper story from the future. I liked it.

    Rich

  2. Dianne says:

    Loved the names, especially Gertrude Desperation. Very unique and very clever.

  3. Raven says:

    Wonderfully Clever! Hey! And this week it’s letting me leave a comment! So glad you are participating!

  4. maryt says:

    Great story! Clever use of the words! You are genius in your uses of Penumbra and Horsely! 😀

  5. Jay says:

    That was really clever and creative. Loved it!

  6. Linda says:

    Wow, that is amazing! Welcome to the Wordzzle group!

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