Tag Archives: embarrassment

The Humiliated Bird

Written for:  The Muse #47 Ah, here we go again.  Another St. Patrick’s Day, and I am made to look the fool. Painted up all green like that foolish gecko. It is simply not my color. She’s looking out the … Continue reading

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Secrecy

Written for:  The Twiglets #108 – “with great secrecy” He ran his government with great secrecy and many lies. Numerous valuable jewels were hidden in the old man’s manor. By the time death took him, he could not remember where … Continue reading

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Satiric Verse

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toad  – Hasta La Vista, Wormtail: Satiric Verses  (posted by Brendan) “So, fellow humans of dust: What are your satiric verses this day? Take permission to unsheathe the sharpest tongue in your mouth. Take … Continue reading

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Office Dare

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads, Shock me . . . make me feel better!  Or, worse.  Or, whatever.  Just shock me . . . in 77 words or less. I went with funny, but true.  Shocking things stay … Continue reading

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All In The Way You Say It

Written for:  Margo Roby’s Poem Tryouts:  Misperceptions Misperceptions change interpretations. The previous statement allows you a wide scope for material for a poem. Begin by recalling times when you thought one thing about the meaning of a word and drew … Continue reading

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