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Almost Rock, Paper, Scissors by Sybille Sterk


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A variation on my rock, paper, scissors theme. There is something magical and almost occult about this game. The feather seemed the perfect addition. I wonder how it would fit into the game? Would it beat all the others, sort of like a joker? When could you use it? Why would you use it? For really important issues, sort of get one win in a hundred free? :-)

What do you think? I’d love to hear your ideas. :-) ♥

I am a very creative person and it’s my way of dealing with the world, inside and out. I am only happy when I am making things or painting or writing. There are just not enough hours in the day…. I am into poetry and photo manipulation at the moment and also dabbling in photography. :-)

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  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 2 years ago

    so cool girl!

  • Many thanks Jacqui, much appreciated. :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Citizen
    Citizenover 2 years ago

    Love this

  • Many thanks Nikki, much appreciated. :-) xo

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Loui  Jover
    Loui Joverover 2 years ago


  • Many thanks Loui, much appreciated. :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Dwarkan
    Dwarkanover 2 years ago

    Excellent !!

  • Many thanks Dwarkan, much appreciated. :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Melanie Collette
    Melanie Colletteover 2 years ago

    Feather would write on paper like a feather quil pen; it would ‘tickle’ rock, but I think scissors would be mean and chop father in half :/ Great image! Myself and my children play this with the addition of a ‘bomb’…not as graceful as the feather!

  • Many thanks Melanie, much appreciated. :-) I lov ethe idea of the bomb…. Might have to use that for a later version. LOL

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Melanie Collette
    Melanie Colletteover 2 years ago

    ‘feather’ even..ooops

  • :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

  • scottimages
    scottimagesover 2 years ago


  • Many thanks Rosemary, much appreciated. :-) xo

    – Sybille Sterk

  • Tania Palermo
    Tania Palermoover 2 years ago

    You could use it to tickle the other person relentlessly until they agreed to let you win the game.
    Love the creativity of this!!

  • Many thanks Tania, much appreciated. :-) I like the idea of the tickle…. :-) LOL

    – Sybille Sterk

  • kenroome
    kenroomeover 2 years ago

    Feather, Feathering, Feathery. The word always invokes feelings like gentleness, soft (not a thing that is soft but soft itself), being uplifted, beauty; concepts too like aspiration, nestling, flight. There is a bird named “Sanderling”, the sound so caressive. I love how you are expanding the game, creating new visions of experience. I think the feather would be the win/win solution. Used when the players realize the progressive step requires flexibility, strength, and the language to inform complexity within the simplicity of one heart. Did you know that at the end of an Eagle’s wing there are 5 elongated feathers? An the Eagle uses them to direct the nuances of flight…the same way fingers are used to manipulate the nuances of complex dexterity. The beauty of Feather.

  • Many thanks Ken, much appreciated. :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

  • 1more photo
    1more photoover 2 years ago

    poetic, clever, just perfect……

  • Many thanks, much appreciated. :-)

    – Sybille Sterk

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