Oh my in the airport here I do restlessly sitFor passing faces I try to keep about me my remaining witNothing now can possibly aggravateIn this avalanche of emotion impossible to articulateThoughts and more thoughts float gurgle bad bubbleNeed a cuppa chamomile tea to settle racing mind trouble Instead will think of lace pretty Chantilly And put all scurrying thoughts contained in a siloA silo of silence covered with a tangle of sparkly tinsel -OHI must now stop Poeming because here now I go!
Should have read "and bubble"
:) Cute, Pearl. Sounds like some fun's a-brewin'. Have a wonderful day, and a safe flight.
I have the wit of an Erudite, fast and quick remarkedHe gives me the adreniline rush of an avalache, exciting and crazyThe story starts at the age of fourHis curly hair shined like tinsle on a Christmas treeMy brown hair, long like Reprunzle, got tangled.Before we sat in silenceOn that stair.I said "Hello, would you careTo be my friend?"There is where the jouney beganPaving the road to our teenhoodAlways caring for each otherLike a little sister for an older brotherNo aggivation,But if you would count not wanting to leaveAnd begging your mom for a few more minutes,Than yes there was aggrivation.Now him, with the tinsle hair and the avalnche adrenileAnd I with the witSmile at each otherNo words need to be spokenTo know how we feel.
Hi, Abi. Great to see you back. I like your ideas here. :)
Thanks, De! I know that this is supposed to be Flashy Fiction, But really, it is Flashy NonFiction! I have been so busy lately... :(
Jane Shlensky, what happened to your "Blunderbus" piece? It came to my email inbox as a post, but now that I want to comment, I don't see it here. Anyway, I loved this piece! What fun! Love the way you relayed the memories, and especially loved the wordbump of "bungler" and "blunder" in the end. :)
Sorry, De, but the system wouldn't allow me to post here with my story. Too long, I guess, even though it's only about 800 words. So here it is on Two Voices, One Song. Enjoy.http://2voices1song.com/2012/10/22/kitchen-flash-fiction-wordle-style/
Sorry 'bout that, Claudette. Don't know the limits/rules here. Heading over now, and will comment directly on your site. :)