Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Making the most of negative words



1.

His look was greasy

But that didn’t put her off

He’s a mechanic

 

2.

Insidious snake

The hen clucked furiously

“Leave my eggs alone”

 

3.

Christmas time again

She looked at the pile of gifts

To be revealed soon

8 comments:

  1. Christmas gifts to be opened, one of greatest pleasures, no matter one's age;
    thanks for stopping over at my blog

    much love...

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  2. Very clever! Like the first one best of all!

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  3. The first one definitely demonstrates that even something apparently negative can actually be a positive, or at least neutral.

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  4. You really are getting adventurous in your writing..i like how each prompt was given due care and attention..i guess they were neagtively inclined words..

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  5. My favorite - second. Reminds me the cat approaching the fish in an aquarium, and fish angrily barks to him...and the ad, saying: Learn second language! lol

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  6. Insidious snake
    The hen clucked furiously
    “Leave my eggs alone”

    Reflective of life! There's always someone who wants a short cut! Nicely Robin!

    Hank

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  7. The first one makes me laugh. Nice twist of an oil ;)

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