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The weekly poem challenge at one single impression is trembling:


tremble clefts

I played his body like an instrument
— a tuba to be precise
with rasberries blown on his bellybutton

ice nose drippy from the cold
hits higher notes

the tone tuned where skin’s
thinner — flared giggles

deepened pitch where nuzzles


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6 Responses

  1. Delightful and creative

  2. wonderfully creative
    I truly enjoyed this.

  3. Great use of the prompt!

  4. This is a fun, sensual, and creative poem. Nicely written.

  5. I like the play on ‘tremble cleft’, ‘raspberries’ – clever word use!

  6. sensual and well written

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