Suddendeath poetry Challenge: Cookie!
November 5, 2016 8:28am CST
Welcome to this weekend’s Suddendeath poetry challenge, Cookie! Anyways, rules are as follows, write a poem in any style using the five words that I give you. Write it in one sitting or in under an hour (only to quash your inner editor, rules are loose there). Add it here, OR link in a comment so we can enjoy each other’s' poems. The words can be in any plurality or tense. Today’s words are: cookie, treat, tasty, warm, nibble My entry is as below: With cookies on the brain, I picked up supplies. with a goal in mind, and my thoughts on the prize, The warmness, and taste, the treat that was in store. Could never have just one, always needed more. Nibble on the edge, the middle to savor, so much to taste, such the perfect flavor.
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5 Nov 16
My bunnies are very noisy, but they're so cute and chubby. I give them cookies and hay and they nibble all the day. Their furs are so warm and fluffy and their meat is really tasty. But I can't eat soft bunny meat so I'm going to have a sweet treat. It took a few minutes, not sure about the result.
• Genova, Italy
5 Nov 16
Much time has passed, that I do not eat COOKIES they were good, yes! The cookies that I ate, they were TREATED and TASTY no ona was nasty! They also had the very qualities NIBBLE Not to be confused with horrible! I drenched them in milk WARM surely they are not eaten in the farm! Comment: all children like cookies. But I, at 41 years, well I'm not a spoiled child! Jessica, see you next sturday for your real good Suddendeath poetry Challenge
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• Moses Lake, Washington
9 Nov 16
This oncoming night's moon a nibble I wonder who ate the celestial cookie its bitten reflection a treat savored for a moment before I dodge back into the warm ready to talk out the tasty morsel not ready to freeze my toes.
• United States
5 Nov 16
I took a much different approach. It was fun! LOL