She sells seashells by the sea shoreI query and question the cause“why buy, the beach is shell galore?” Clear coast across clean ocean sheen.The summer swimming swarm missingserves a scenic scene seldom seen The soledad is a Spanish poetic form. It has the following guidelines:Three-line poem (or stanzas).Eight-syllable lines.Rhyme scheme: aba.Internal consonance and assonance. Weekly … Continue reading Soledad: A Day at the Beach
I love the idea of beach and sandNot that it's found everywhere, including no man's land Isn't there enough suffering? Though the process I truly detestI watch the sadistic ritual with great interest As you know it's clearly not for allYet, convention dictates bodily hair removal Swatches of green rustle overheadConveying the messages of the … Continue reading Landay: Why, Why, Why, Where?
Meet the meat From the treeFleshed outA sight to seeThere they areDangling freeOdd shaped berriesBelow the knee Fact: Avocados are named after reproductive organs.Indigenous people of Mexico and Central America use the Nahuatl word āhuacatl to mean both “testicles” and “avocado.”Additional: Avocados are berries. When you next find yourselfRelaxing on pure white sandsConsider this factAnd what … Continue reading Food & Sh#t
assert or forbidthe ocean swims and land standsmarried on the beach I used a random word generator for all posts this week. See below.The tool spat out five at a time. You can find them in bold within the post. The Generator
The year was twenty twentyThe old world had moved onTreasure was aplentyBut the buried kind was gone Treasure could still be foundThe world was not deprivedBut if not hidden undergroundHow had it survived? The New World Pirates knewMaps showed them the wayBut as their numbers grewIt was more difficult every day The crew would set … Continue reading Children’s Rhyme: New World Pirates