It's 3WW CLXVI time, again.
After the car accident that was my first entry (from a following the rules and staying within the parameters perspective), I'm back.
(Run your mouse over the picture to know how I feel...)
This week (CXLIV) the words are fondle, kick, and sumptuous.
I'll try to use the right words this time...
Further, each haiku gets its very own American sentence title.
Much money changed hands so he could wholly possess this fresh, young beauty...He fondled her headshe smiled, spun, tried to kick, run;sumptuous new colt
found abandoned in back alley; too many hearts were broken that dayFoundling's heart, fondledsqueezed, shocked by sumptuous tools--still. Did not kick-start.
When the sweet end is oh-so-close and the chef is primed with spice, food, wine...quick fondle, with tonguesticky kitchen licks for kickssumptuous batter
And after that last haiku, click to hear 'Gotta Go' by Victor Scott
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