Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Now I'm craving breakfast food...

I'm feeling uninspired today & really only have the creative energy to write bad poetry. Which of course I must share – because why do I have to endure bad poetry alone? That's right – you came here, you can suffer too. Or, you know, click the x in the upper right-hand corner right now. Don't say you weren't warned!

Random and scattered
isn't anything at all like
scattered & smothered.

No coalescence of
cheese and potatoes.
No high cholesterol
blue plate special.

Nothing special, at all.
But blue, perhaps.

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  1. Okay, that made me chuckle. I needed that...! *heh*



  2. Bad poetry is in the eye of the beholder. I thought this was rather inspired. By breakfast, perhaps?

  3. Not bad Dana! I was just telling my husband this morning it is so healthy to step outside of the daily comfort level and try to do something different. I have never tried to write poetry and don't read it all that often but it inspires me when I see others doing something I haven't even tried yet.

  4. I bet you could condense that to a haiku.

  5. Chunked & diced
    is better than
    a head full of lice.

  6. Now you have me craving hash browns with onions, peppers and cheese. lol

    I'm stuffing my face with another craving right now -- we kept passing this bakery with the most luscious looking cakes in the window. Tonight we finally caved and bought slices to bring home.

    Wonder if I could come up with a poem about that? :-) Nah, too busy just indulging. hahaha

    By the way, I'm going to have to try your hubby's technique and see if I can get away with it. teehee My hubby is Mr. Spontaneous and I like planning, planning, planning. But gotta say, I'm enjoying this nothing-we-have-to-do, no agenda vacation :-)

  7. Gosh, I've been craving eggs all week, but I've been good.


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