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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Three Word Wednesday



Growl; verb: make a low guttural sound of hostility in the throat; (of a person) say something in a low grating voice, typically in a threatening manner; noun: A low guttural sound made in the throat; a low throaty sound made by a machine or engine.

Hype; noun: Extravagant or intensive publicity or promotion; a deception carried out for the sake of publicity; verb: promote or publicize (a product or idea) intensively, often exaggerating its importance or benefit.

Justify; verb: show or prove to be right or reasonable; be a good reason for.





Each sip you take
You justify 
You make excuses as your growl
Each word of ridicule
All this hype for...
WHAT?
No one really cares
As you echo out
Your abuse
As you justify each action
As you take yet another sip
The pain you cover
As you toss out more pain to others
This public display
And hype 
Of yet another 
Ruse as you growl
Your way yet
Through another drunken stupor
Each one more painful than the last
Yet you justify each one
As you pick up yet another bottle
Just another excuse to
Cover the pain
As you growl
Through the bottle of pain

~Beth~


Is it raining where you live?

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3 comments:

Lydia Criss Mays said...

OH, LOVE those three words and your beautiful poem! How sensational! Our three words are always "Happy seeing beautiful!" We hope you are!

Lydia @ See Beautiful
http://seeabeautifulworld.blogspot.com/

Denise said...

I like this. We are suppose to get rain tonight.

Kim Nelson said...

Oh, yes, Beth, we each know people like this. Perhaps they helped refine our creativity.