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d’Verse Quadrille #151-Static-Kitten Petting

The word “static” originates from the Greek word “Statlike” (to bring to standstill or a state of no movement). You can use derivatives such as staticalstaticallyelectrostatic or create an original hyphenation. Dabble with the effects of static in space, physics, nature, relationships, society or yourself,
with whatever definition you choose.

Here’s how to join in:

  • Write a 44 word poem sans title including the word “static” and post it on your blog or website.
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  • Follow the links to other poets. Read, comment and come back later as the prompt is open all week.
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Kitten Petting

Rubbing my kitten to and fro,
We love each other; this I know.

She hunches her spine.
A soft motor-like purr.
She rolls her green eyes.
Kneading claws spur.
A static shock!
On wetted nose,
A spark of white light,

And off she goes!



I love a well told story. If it makes me laugh, all the better.

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