Shenanigans

grain by atom by sub-atomic particle,
a slow flood became an avalanche once spotted;
wormed an unconscious declaration, didn’t you,
as love overcame annoyance, at your feet,
on my side of the bed

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This, Week 113 at the esteemed http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com, we found ourselves asked for 33 words exactly that included the word
Worm, using it’s third definition: 3 : to obtain or extract by artful or insidious questioning or by pleading, asking, or persuading β€”usually used with out of

So, here’s 33 words about when I realized that I really was gone daddy gone over my guy πŸ™‚

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Categories: Non-Fiction Nonsense, Poetry | Tags: , , , | 13 Comments

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13 thoughts on “Shenanigans

  1. Martha B

    How fun and dark and romantic. I cannot believe the brilliance some people can pull out of 33 words. Excellent little diddy.

    • I am a fan of all of the adjectives listed above, thank you! I’m very glad that you found it enjoyable, even though I’m still not a huge fan of his feet on my side of the bed πŸ˜‰

  2. KymmInBarcelona

    It’s all over once you give up an inch of your side of the bed. I like the buildup from subatomic to flood, avalanche to overcame. Smooth!

  3. Ha! Wonderful little love poem.

  4. lovely prose, great thought πŸ™‚ Nice work.

  5. I’m gone daddy gone over this! What a perfect little piece of writing!

  6. I love the image this creates of those tiny encroaching movements.

  7. sorry, but in my world there is no getting over feet on my side of the bed. πŸ™‚ Thanks for linking up. I liked this.

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