If you are a regular at our pub, you know the drill. For those new to Q, write a verse of exact 44 words (excluding the title) using pepper or any form of the word like peppering, peppered or peppermint.
Salt and pepper on your food, Should be applied according to taste. To presume regularity totally rude. Salt and pepper on your food. A restaurant argument once ensued, All civility abruptly erased! Salt and pepper on your food, Should be applied according to taste.
New to the Q? Here’s your map of what to do: Pen us a poem of exactly 44 words, not counting the title, and containing some form of the word map. Post your poem on your own blog, and link up using Mr. Linky below. Then travel around the blogisphere to read some of the best poets around. The Quadrille is open all week, so be sure to come back to read and write some more!
The map to our existence Belongs to each individual. Choices are abundant. Guidance is available. Forgiveness is ubiquitous. Those who KNOW us, don’t. Follow ‘the good’ and ‘the fruitful’ purposes and you’ll Fulfill the glorious meaning of your life. Time should not be wasted.
Grab your plume, and let your words zoom across the page to form a poem of just 44 words (not counting the title) and including some form of the word zoom.
Vacuum teased wood-handled broom, “You may swish but I can zoom.” Broom unshaken by the brag Tossed vacuum’s way a rag. Vac inhaled then lost its buzz, Producing clouds of dusty fuzz. Broom swept-up and left the room. Did the job without a “zoom”.
When not ‘tuning-in’ to other’s plights, We’ll ‘face the music’ of our pride. Vain afflictions spawn new “rights”, When not ‘tuning-in’ to other’s plights. Selfishness of hasty fights All soberness denied. When not ‘tuning-in’ to other’s plights, We’ll ‘face the music’ of our pride.
Since so many other online writers have blogs dedicated to their writings, I’ve decided to jump onto the bandwagon. All posts published here will be either fiction or poetry, some new, and some previously published on various places on the Internet. Some of my works are conventional, and some are quirky. All fiction posted here, except for fan fiction, will include the letters "rose" somewhere, as a tribute to my Baba.