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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Three Word Wednesday Promt~

This week over at Three word Wednesday the words are:

Gag; noun: A thing, typically a piece of cloth, put over a person’s mouth to prevent from speaking or crying out; verb: to choke or retch.

Maintain; verb: Cause or enable (a condition or state of affairs) to continue; keep (something) at the same level or rate; keep in good condition or working order; provide with necessities for life or existence; state something strongly to the cause.

Omit; verb: Leave out or exclude (someone or something); either intentionally or forgetfully. 

Sweeping in with a gentle touch
One has to maintain
His look 
The sweeping touch of the dresser
Can never be omitted
If one gags the dresser
You could loss that sweeping gentle touch
The perfect look
One has to maintain
That only the dresser can
So don't gag the dresser
Nor omit
The talent of the dresser
For that perfect look
That one has to maintain
With that sweeping gentle touch



jaerose said...

Hmm..the dresser could be many feels that there is more running underneath than matters of hair and clothes..Jae

Language Lover said...
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Anonymous said...

Complex piece...leaves me thinking

Anonymous said...

Wow I love how you made so much use out of the words and I agree this leaves me with the impression of something beneath the surface

ms pie said...

the touch of another.... it makes one think....

Fear Not the Darkness but What lies Within said...

Sheilagh Lee said:Hmm this required me to read it all over several times to understand the hidden nuances very clever.

joanne said...

I love the concept....There was a wonderful film in the late 80"s (I think) called 'The Dresser' and always thot it would be so cool to have one for a week....