Ester Chilton is running a challenge in which she asks her readers to write a poem, limerick or short story on the subject of love. You can find my contribution below together with those of other participants.
This week’s challenge is to write a story, limerick or poem on the subject of:
Last week’s challenge was to write about lies. You sent in some strong pieces. Here are a few:
As always, Keith Channing gets in first with something witty:
The greatest of sins is mendacity,
Far better to stick to veracity.
But don’t feign surprise
If you catch me in lies;
I mean well, but lack the capacity.
I’m thrilled to see EDC Writing joining in this week:
To be sucked in
you cross a line
left best a fool
at worst ignored
let conscience air
not skewed desire
step back save face
no mirror lies.
Kevin is up next with a powerful poem:
A secret fire.
They can not shout
Their passion, for Pretty Eyes
Is another guy’s
Truth has gone
And soon people…
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