Anía, or: Greek for boredom

She plants a niggling little thought - This movie's boring! (though it's not) I have something you'd like to see... but, first, I'd have sweet poetry! Anía, please, I'm much too tired... My Dear, I know you're uninspired! I know too well your life is dull - Long, practiced fingers trace my skull... I feel… Continue reading Anía, or: Greek for boredom

Clean, or: Dirty

A clean limerick She goes through loads of laundry every night, Stuffing beckoning front loader tight, Presoaking downy delicates fine, And of soft dryer fuzz not a sign! Oh, her fluffing & folding fast delight! d'Verse Poetics: Put your Words on Spin Cycle For this d'Verse poetry prompt, we were instructed to write laundry poems. This… Continue reading Clean, or: Dirty

Luscious, or: Sweet, raw peach juice

A 'Magnetic Poem' tanka Wanna try? Click here. tongue licks luscious sweat finger smears sweet, raw peach juice bared breasts aching, "please" heaving deliriously death goddess smells blood in her Notes For this poem, I decided to return to the 'Original Set' on the Magnetic Poetry website;At first, the lack of an obvious theme left… Continue reading Luscious, or: Sweet, raw peach juice